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Introduction of theme and articles The theme of the family studies media journal is gangs and how school neighborhood and family affects the number of people who join The articles are chosen to show how gangs can affect the way society looks at gangs the way neighborhood school and family can affect a person to join a gang and how schools neighborhoods and family can be affected by a person who becomes a member of a gang Summary of theme main issues arguments etc The main issue of my theme is that not only do school neighborhood and family but other aspects affect gangs as well Many people would agree that neighborhood family and school are not the only issues that affect an individual to take a road that leads them to a dead end The way the person feels during that period is one of the other issues that affect a person whose judgment is to be considered A person who is happy would probably not join a gang but a person who is depressed might The more depressed the person is the more vulnerable they are to these circumstances Discussion of the Viewpoints of the Reporters or the Article You Are Using The viewpoint of the reporters andor the articles used is to agree to what is happening to the Canadian government The Liberals are re-examining and changing the anti-gang legislature and making sure that it would not be easily be used against what it suppose to be for Other legislature changes like Canadas child support custody laws reform of the Human Rights Act privacy laws and the access to information who were long-waiting to be examined had to be postponed because the anti-gang legislature is very important to the Canadian society for it literary shapes how the society should look now and in the future Your Personal Reaction to the Theme Clearly Relating
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