Goldsteiin's Laughing Out of Place Chapter 4 & 5

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Goldsteiin's Laughing Out of Place Chapter 4 & 5 by Mind Map: Goldsteiin's Laughing  Out of Place Chapter 4 & 5

1. Gangs

1.1. They do most of their crimes in Rio or in very poor neighborhoods.

1.2. A main crime committed by Gangs are drugs and most of them are part of a drug business.

1.3. The lower class are much more exposed to crimes than the middle and upper class.

2. Protect the Favelas from Outsiders

3. Brazilian Race/Class

3.1. In prison, Gloria went to visit her son pedro with Goldstein. She then told Pedro that Goldstein was her "Filha branca" (white daughter)

3.2. Pedro was confused because he wondered how his mother could give birth to somebody so white.

3.2.1. The lower class had to learn how to survive especially when things got rough. Favelas are home to the lower classes, which are attained by criminals, but also domestic workers that are employed by members of the upper class.

4. Brazilian Government

4.1. Police

4.1.1. Sub Idea 1

4.1.2. Sub Idea 2

4.2. People that the police were corrupted and being payed off.

4.3. No real protection on the streets

4.4. Not enough police patrolling the areas

5. Theories

5.1. Burgois

5.1.1. Characteristic of the middle class, typically with reference to its perceived materialistic values or conventional attitudes.

5.2. Cardia

5.2.1. 22 boys die for each girl Male and females from the same age group are exposed to the same kind of violence.

5.3. Holloway

5.3.1. In the 19th century, police united were created to protect the people from crimes and domestic disputes.

5.4. Zaluar

5.4.1. Gang culture in Rio is considered an organized crime.

6. Violence