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2013
Simmons, Clara . Representation of Missing Children in National Television News. Thesis, West Virginia University.
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2011
Lampinen, James Michael,  Arnal, Jack D.,  Culbertson-Faegre, Amber,  Sweeney, Lindsey . Missing and abducted children. Protecting Children from Violence: Evidence-Based Interventions. New York, NY: Psychology Press.
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2007
Finkelhor, David . Developmental Victimology: The Comprehensive Study of Childhood Victimization. Victims of Crime (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
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2005
Sedlak, Andrea,  Finkelhor, David,  Hammer, Heather . National Estimates of Children Missing Involunarily or for Benign Reasons. Juvenile Justice Bulletin. NCJ 206180, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
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2004
Hammer, Heather,  Finkelhor, David,  Sedlak, Andrea J.,  Porcellini, Lorraine E. National Estimates of Missing Children: Selected Trends, 1988-1999. NISMART: National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway, and Thrownaway Children. NCJ 206179, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
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2004
Shutt, J. Eagle,  Miller, J. Mitchell,  Schreck, Christopher J.,  Brown, Nancy K. Reconsidering the leading myths of stranger child abduction. Criminal Justice Studies. 17, (1), 127-134.
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2003
Bolen, Rebecca M. Nonoffending mothers of sexually abused children: A case of institutionalized sexism?. Violence Against Women. 9, (11), 1336-1366.
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2001
Finkelhor, David,  Hashima, Patricia Y. The Victimization of Children and Youth: A Comprehensive Overview. Handbook of Youth and Justice. New York: Klewer Academic/Plenum Publishers.
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2000
Carmody, Diane Cyr,  Plass, Peggy S. Family abductions: An examination of the role of offender gender. Gender Issues. 18, (2), 58-73.
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2000
Simons, Andre B.,  Willie, Jeannine . Runaway or abduction? Assessment tools for the first responder. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. 69, (11), 1-7.
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1998
Lewit, Eugene M. Missing children. Future of Children. 8, (2), 141 -
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1998
Plass, Peggy S. A typology of family abduction events. Child Maltreatment. 3, (3), 244-250.
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1997
Best, Joel,  Thibodeau, Tracy M. Measuring the scope of social problems: Apparent inconsistencies across estimates of family abductions. Justice Quarterly. 14, (4), 719-737.
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1997
Plass, Peggy S.,  Finkelhor, David,  Hotaling, Gerald T. Risk factors for family abduction: Demographic and family interaction characteristics. Journal of Family Violence. 12, (3), 333-348.
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1996
Finkelhor, David,  Asdigian, Nancy,  Hotaling, Gerald . New categories of missing children: Injured, lost, delinquent and victims of caregiver mix-ups. Child Welfare. 75, (4), 291 -
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1996
Plass, Peggy S.,  Finkelhor, David,  Hotaling, Gerald T. Family abduction outcomes: Factors associated with duration and emotional trauma to children. Youth and Society. 28, (1), 109-130.
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1995
Plass, Peggy S.,  Finkelhor, David,  Hotaling, Gerald T. Police response to family abduction episodes. Crime and Delinquency. 41, (2), 205-218.
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1995
Asdigian, Nancy L.,  Finkelhor, David,  Hotaling, Gerald . Varieties of nonfamily abduction of children and adolescents. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 22, (3), 215-232.
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1995
Messerschmidt, Pamela,  MCalla, Molly,  Mead, Karen,  Snyder, Howard . Potential of NIBRS for Supporting National Studies of Non-Family Abductions of Children. NCJ 170544, .
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1995
Plass, Peggy S.,  Hotaling, Gerald T. The intergenerational transmission of running away: Childhood experiences of the parents of runaways. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 24, (3), 335-348.
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1995
Finkelhor, David,  Hotaling, Gerald,  Asdigian, Nancy . Attempted non-family abductions. Child Welfare. 74, (5), 941-955.
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1993
Donnelly, Denise,  Finkelhor, David . Who has joint custody? Class differences in the determination of custody arrangements. Family Relations. 42, (1), 57-60.
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1993
Plass, Peggy S.,  Finkelhor, David,  Hotaling, Gerald T. Predicting Duration and Harm in Family Abduction Episodes. .
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1992
Donnelly, Denise,  Finkelhor, David . Does Equality in Custody Arrangements Improve the Parent-Child Relationship?. Journal of Marriage and Family. 54, (4), 837-845.
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1992
Finkelhor, David,  Hotaling, Gerald T.,  Sedlak, Andrea J. The abduction of children by strangers and nonfamily members: Estimating the incidence using multiple methods. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 7, (2), 226-243.
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27.
1991
Carmody, Diane Cyr . Parental Abductions in the Context of Legal, Familial, Social and Cultural Variables. Dissertation, University of New Hampshire.
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1991
Finkelhor, David,  Hotaling, Gerald,  Sedlak, Andrea . Children Abducted by Family Members: A National Household Survey of Incidence and Episode Characteristics. Journal of Marriage and Family. 53, (3), 805-817.
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1990
Finkelhor, David,  Hotaling, Gerald,  Sedlak, Andrea . Missing, Abducted, Runaway, and Thrownaway Children in America, First Report: Numbers and Characteristics, National Indcidence Studies. NCJ 123668, Washington, DC: Office of Juvenile Justice and delinquency Prevention.
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1990
Hotaling, Gerald T.,  Finkelhor, David . Estimating the number of stranger-abduction homicides of children: A review of available evidence. Journal of Criminal Justice. 18, (5), 385-399.
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1990
Sedlak, Andrea J.,  Mohadjer, Leyla,  McFarland, JoAnne,  Hudock, Valerie . Police Records Study Methodology. National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway, and Thrownaway Children (SMART). NCJ 152210, Rockville, MD: Westat.
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1990
Sedlak, Andrea J.,  Mohadjer, Leyla,  Hudock, Valerie . NISMART: Household Survey Methodology. NCJ 152267, .
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Hotaling, Gerald T. Returned Runaway Study Methodology. National Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway and Thrownaway Children (NISMART). NCJ 152955, .
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