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In modern usage, gang often refers to loosely organized groups that control a territory through readiness to use coordinated violence, especially against other gangs.
Scavenger gangs are characteristically disorganized and often represent the least successful of all the types of gangs. Members of scavenger gangs may be low achievers, and may be prone to violent or erratic behavior. Because these gangs are not well organized, leadership of scavenger gangs may change frequently and without reason. Scavenger gangs often turn to low-level crime, usually committed spontaneously and without planning.
Territorial gangs are typically more organized than scavenger gangs, but their primary purpose is still social. Some may sell drugs, but this is not a defining characteristic of the territorial gang. Territorial gangs will often use violent means to defend their territory; So Answer C is out because these gangs often engage violence / crime.
Corporate gangs (Organized) are highly organized conspiracies, constructed for the purpose of marketing drugs and gaining maximum profits. So Answer A is out.
Both territorial and scavenger gangs have a social purpose while organized gangs have a business purpose. So Answer B is out.
The gang defined in the question most appears to match answer D.
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