Too Young to Die: Inner-City Adolescent Homicides: A Psychological Autopsy

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Too Young to Die: Inner-City Adolescent Homicides: A Psychological Autopsy
by Dr. Earl Bracy Here at last is a comprehensive study that examines, via an extensive review of the literature, the psychological variables that contribute to black-on-black male adolescent homicides. And here also are clear direction signs for the future research that is needed. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Born in Fairhope, Alabama, Dr. Bracy has lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for over twenty-five years. He earned his B.A. at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, after an associates degree from the Milwaukee Area Technical College. His masters degree and doctorate, both in clinical psychology, were earned at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Bracy is now in private practice in the Milwaukee area and is a consulting psychologist as well. Black teenagers have been killing each other at an alarming rate in major cities across the United States, Dr. Bracy says. Because of these murders, we are losing some of our most precious natural resources (the children). In working with teenagers, I have come up with many plausible explanations. This book is the result. (2005, paperback, 70 pages)