‘Boys and young men have been previously overlooked in domestic violence and abuse policy and practice, particularly in the case of boys who are criminalized and labelled as gang-involved by the time they reach their teens. Jade Levell offers radical and important insights into how boys in this context navigate their journey to manhood with the constant presence of violence in their lives, in addition to poverty and racial marginalization. Of equal interest to academics and front-line practitioners, the book highlights the narratives of these young men and makes practice recommendations for supporting these ‘hidden victims’.’
To accompany the book there are concise policy recommendations from the research which you can access here.
Music is a key feature of the book and there is an accompanying Spotify playlist- listen here;
Here is a short vlog where Dr Levell was interviewed about #TheRoadHomeStudy at the British Society of Criminology Conference in 2019;