Steven R Cureton

Steven Cureton is an associate professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Professor Cureton received his PhD at Washington State University in 1997. Areas of Specialty include Criminology and the Family Areas of Research Interest include: Race and Crime, Deviant Subcultures, African-American Street Gangs, African-Americans and Professional Football, Race Relations, African-American Dating, Mating, and Marriage Selection. Areas of Teaching: Deviance, Juvenile Delinquency, Contemporary Gangs in America, African-American Social Thought, African-American Perspectives on Crime. Journals in which Publications appear: Journal of Gang Research, Journal of Black Studies, Journal of Criminal Justice, African-American Research Perspectives. Chapter Publications in Gangs in America III Ron Huff (ed.) and The System in Black and White Markowitz and Jones-Brown (eds.) Forthcoming Book: Hoover Crips: When Cripin' Becomes a Way of Life. Books in Progress

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Something Wicked This Way Comes: A Historical Account of Black Gangsterism Offers Wisdom and Warning for African American Leadership 2009 1917 Black Americans who exist outside of the American Dream have historically had a direct relationship with street revolutionaries and ghetto superstars more than the appointed Black leadership. Hence, it continues to be an unfair criticism for any “int...