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The myth of girl gangs

Batchelor, Susan (2002) The myth of girl gangs. In: Criminology: A Reader. Sage, London, pp. 247-250. ISBN 0761947116

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Abstract

Susan Batchelor was one of the team who recently completed a study on girls and violence funded by the ESRC. But the findings were not what the media wanted to hear.