September 1991
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;sep1991, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p183
Academic Journal
The author abstracts from the urban landscape the strategies of cultural presence and permanence of the youth gangs. Her work focuses on explaining and understanding the struggle, confrontation, interchange, and loans of values between the groups of power and the marginal sectors in our societies. The article shows forth communicative practices (bulletins, graffiti, radio programs and tattooing), production and circulation of the cultural products of a specific group in the city of Guadalajara known as The Olivos Gang.


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