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2014
Lindo, Jason M.,  Stoecker, Charles . Drawn into violence: Evidence on 'what makes a criminal' from the Vietnam draft lotteries. Economic Inquiry. 52, (1), 239-258.
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2014
Sykes, Bryan L.,  Pettit, Becky . Mass incarceration, family complexity, and the reproduction of childhood disadvantage. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 654, (1), 127-149.
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2014
Davidson, Megan L.,  Rosky, Jeffrey W. Dangerousness or diminished capacity? Exploring the association of gender and mental illness with violent offense sentence length. American Journal of Criminal Justice.
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2014
Richards, Kaitlynn A. Experiencing the Prison Industrial Complex: The Impact of Incarceration on Families. Thesis, California State University, Sacramento.
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2014
Wang, Emily A.,  Aminawung, Jenerius A.,  Wildeman, Christopher,  Ross, Joseph S.,  Krumholz, Harlan M. High incarceration rates among Black men enrolled in clinical studies may compromise ability to identify disparities. Health Affairs. 33, (5), 848-855.
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2014
National Research Council . The Growth of Incarceration in the United States: Exploring Causes and Consequences. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
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2014
Blevins, Kristie R. An examination of prison misconduct among older inmates. Journal of Crime and Justice.
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2013
Wood, Steven R. Dual severe mental and substance use disorders as predictors of federal inmate assaults. Prison Journal. 93, (1), 34-56.
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2013
Steiner, Benjamin,  Wooldredge, John . Implications of different outcome measures for an understanding of inmate misconduct. Crime and Delinquency. 59, (8), 1234-1262.
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2013
Vittes, Katherine A.,  Vernick, Jon S.,  Webster, Daniel W. Legal status and source of offenders' firearms in states with the least stringent criteria for gun ownership. Injury Prevention. 19, (1), 26-31.
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2013
Felson, Richard B.,  Bonkiewicz, Luke . Guns and trafficking in crack-cocaine and other drug markets. Crime and Delinquency. 59, (3), 319-343.
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2013
White House Office of National Drug Control Policy . 2012 National Drug Control Policy. Washington, DC: White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
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2013
Dumont, Dora M.,  Gjelsvik, Annie,  Chen, Nadine,  Rich, Josiah D. Hispanics, incarceration, and TB/HIV screening: A missed opportunity for prevention. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. 15, (4), 711-717.
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2013
Wood, Steven R.,  Buttaro, Anthony, Jr. Co-occurring severe mental illnesses and substance abuse disorders as predictors of state prison inmate assaults. Crime and Delinquency. 59, (4), 510-535.
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2013
Culp, Richard,  Youstin, Tasha J.,  Englander, Kristin,  Lynch, James . From war to prison: Examining the relationship between military service and criminal activity. Justice Quarterly. 30, (4), 651-680.
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2013
Caulkins, Jonathan P.,  Sevigny, Eric L. The U.S. causes but cannot (or will not) solve Mexico's drug problems. A War That Can't Be Won: Binational Perspectives on the War on Drugs . Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.
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2013
Sevigny, Eric L.,  Pollack, Harold A.,  Reuter, Peter . Can drug courts help to reduce prison and jail populations?. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 647, (1), 190-212.
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2013
Dye, Meredith Huey,  Aday, Ronald H. 'I just wanted to die': Preprison and current suicide ideation among women serving life sentences. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 40, (8), 832-849.
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2013
Phelps, Michelle S. The paradox of probation: Community supervision in the age of mass incarceration. Law and Policy. 35, (1-2), 51-80.
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2013
Leigey, Margaret,  Hodge, Jessica P. And then they behaved: Examining the institutional misconduct of adult inmates who were incarcerated as juveniles. Prison Journal. 93, (3), 272-290.
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2013
Roxburgh, Susan,  Fitch, Chivon . Parental status, child contact, and well-being among incarcerated men and women. Journal of Family Issues.
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2013
Raphael, Steven,  Stoll, Michael A. Assessing the contribution of the deinstitutionalization of the mentally ill to growth in the U.S. incarceration rate. Journal of Legal Studies. 42, (1), 187-222.
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2013
Olson, Jeremiah,  Nadadur, Vijaykant . Classifying punishment decisions within prisons. International Journal of Social Science and Interdisciplinary Research. 2, (4), 11-21.
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