Creating Opportunities for Mutual Affiliation: Gang Prevention and Relational-Cultural Theory in Project YES

By Stacy T. Randell, Amy E. Smith, and Bernard A. Steinman

 

Adult-youth relationships built on mutual respect and empathy may be key to building better futures for low-income boys of color.

 

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