CHAVOS BANDA: Transgresión o conformismo

September 1992
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;sep1992, Vol. 4 Issue 13/14, p210
Academic Journal
A light text where authoress Collin talks about profile and behavior of gangs, its daily way of living and their interaction inside of the dynamics of urban life. Through a mask of "modernity," those groups of young people hide their real identity, which, as authoress herself says, can't avoid being a traditional one.


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