Ms-13 Sociology

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A. I learned a lot of things while i watched the documentary on the MS-13s. They do a lot of things that i never knew people could do. There are so many members in this gang and everyone wants to be higher and higher up each day. A good term from our sociology book that i connected to the documentary was Competition. Competition in biology and sociology, is a contest between two or more organisms, animals, individuals, groups, etc., for territory, a niche, for a location of resources, for resources and goods, for mates, for prestige, for recognition, for awards, for group or social status, or for leadership. This is a big deal to people in the gang of ms-13. If you do not do what the higher gang members in the system do you can and will be…show more content…
MS-13 come from all parts o the world. Basically there is MS-13 gang members in all parts of the world. MS-13 began in Los Angeles California. At the first the gang wasn 't meant for people to get hurt or even to commit crimes. The gang was created for a group of friends to share a brotherhood with and hangout and skate. It was never meant to be the way it is today but it just happens that is the way that it panned out. The creator of MS-13 isn 't in the gang today because that is not why he started the gang so he wants no parts in it at all. When you watched the movie and saw how fast and how far the gang spread it makes you think. A good term for this is Demography, the scientific study of population size, composition, and distribution as well as patterns of change in those features. When you look at a map and see where Los Angeles is and then you look down to Mexico and south America it makes you wonder how the gang had the man power to spread there. All the way from LA to Pennsylvania is also very far. That is Thousands of miles and they managed to spread all the way over here. And I 'm not talking just a few members, I 'm talking thousands of ms-13 gang members all over the east coast and they are still going as we speak. The demography of the gang is pretty interesting to look at seeing how fast it grew and how fast it spread will amaze anybody who researches
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