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2016
Parker, Karen F.,  Stansfield, Richard,  McCall, Patricia L. Temporal changes in racial violence, 1980 to 2006: A latent trajectory approach. Journal of Criminal Justice. 47, (1), 11
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2015
Parker, Karen F.,  Hefner, M. Kristen . Intersections of race, gender, disadvantage, and violence: Applying intersectionality to the macro-level study of female homicide. Justice Quarterly. 32, (2), 223-254.
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2015
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2014
Parker, Karen F.,  Stansfield, Richard . Homicide. The Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology. .
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2013
McCall, Patricia L.,  Land, Kenneth C.,  Dollar, Cindy B.,  Parker, Karen F. The age structure-crime rate relationship: Solving a long-standing puzzle. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 29, (2), 167-190.
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2012
Reckdenwald, Amy,  Parker, Karen F. Understanding the change in male and female intimate partner homicide over time: A policy-and theory-relevant investigation. Feminist Criminology. 7, (3), 167-195.
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2011
McCall, Patricia L.,  Land, Kenneth C.,  Parker, Karen F. Heterogeneity in the rise and decline of city-level homicide rates 1976-2005: A latent trajectory analysis. Social Science Research. 40, 363-378.
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2010
McCall, Patricia L.,  Land, Kenneth C.,  Parker, Karen F. An empirical assessment of what we know about structural covariates of homicide rates: A return to a classic 20 years later. Homicide Studies. 14, (3), 219-243.
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2010
Reckdenwald, Amy,  Parker, Karen F. Understanding gender-specific intimate partner homicide: A theoretical domestic service-oriented approach. Journal of Criminal Justice. 38, (5), 951-958.
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2009
Parker, Karen F.,  Maggard, Scott R. Making a difference: The impact of traditional male role models on drug sale activity and violence involving Black urban youth. Journal of Drug Issues. 39, (3), 715-740.
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2008
Parker, Karen F.,  Reckdenwald, Amy . Concentrated disadvantage, traditional role models, and African-American juvenile violence. Criminology. 46, (3), 711-735.
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2008
Reckdenwald, Amy,  Parker, Karen F. The influence of gender inequality and marginalization on types of female offending. Homicide Studies. 12, (2), 208-236.
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2008
McCall, Patricia L.,  Parker, Karen F.,  MacDonald, John M. The dynamic relationship between homicide rates and social, economic, and political factors from 1970 to 2000. Social Science Research. 37, (3), 721-735.
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2005
Alden, Helena L.,  Parker, Karen F. Gender role ideology, homophobia and hate crime: Linking attitudes to macro-level anti-gay and lesbian hate crimes. Deviant Behavior. 26, (4), 321-343.
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2005
Maggard, Scott R.,  Parker, Karen F. Structural Theories and Race-Specific Drug Arrests: What Structural Factors Account for the Rise in Race-Specific Drug Arrests Over Time?. Crime and Delinquency. 51, (4), 521-547.
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2005
Parker, Karen F.,  Rice, Stephen K.,  Stults, Brian J. Racial Threat, Concentrated Disadvantage and Social Control: Considering the Macro-level Sources of Variation in Arrests. Criminology. 43, (4), 1111-1134.
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2005
Parker, Karen F.,  MacDonald, John M.,  Jennings, Wesley G.,  Alpert, Geoffrey P. Racial threat, urban conditions and police use of force: assessing the direct and indirect linkages across multiple urban areas. Justice Research and Policy. 7, (1), 54-79.
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2003
DeWees, Mari A.,  Parker, Karen F. Women, region and types of homicide: Are there regional differences in the structural status of women and homicide offending?. Homicide Studies. 7, (4), 368-393.
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2002
Parker, Karen F.,  Johns, Tracy . Urban disadvantage and types of race-specific homicide: Assessing the diversity of family structures in the urban context. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 39, (3), 277-303.
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2001
Alden, Helena L.,  Parker, Karen F. Gender role ideology and homophobia. Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA.
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2001
Borg, Marian J.,  Parker, Karen F. Mobilizing law in urban areas: The social structure of homicide clearance rates. Law and Society Review. 35, (2), 435-466.
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2001
MacDonald, John M.,  Parker, Karen F. The structural determinants of justifiable homicide: Assessing the theoretical and political considerations. Homicide Studies. 5, (3), 187-205.
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2001
Parker, Karen F. A move toward specificity: Examining urban disadvantage and race- and relationship-specific homicide rates. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 17, (1), 89-110.
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2000
Parker, Karen F.,  Pruitt, Matthew V. How the West was one: Explaining the similarities in race-specific homicide rates in the West and South. Social Forces. 78, (4), 1483-1508.
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2000
Parker, Karen F.,  Pruitt, Matthew V. Poverty, poverty concentration, and homicide. Social Science Quarterly. 81, (2), 555-570.
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1999
Parker, Karen F.,  McCall, Patricia L. Structural conditions and racial homicide patterns: A look at the multiple disadvantages in urban areas. Criminology. 37, (3), 447-477.
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