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1977
Garofalo, James,  Sutton, L. P. . Compensating Victims of Violent Crime: Potential Costs and Coverage of a National Program. Analytic Report SD-VAD-5. NCJ 170276, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Criminal Justice Information and Statistics Program.
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1978
Garofalo, James . Implications of Victimization Surveys for Policymaking, Planning, and Evaluation. Albany: Criminal Justice Research Center.
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1977
Garofalo, James,  Hindelang, Michael J. An Introduction to the National Crime Survey. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice.
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1990
Garofalo, James . The National Crime Survey, 1973-1986: Strengths and limitations of a very large data set. Measuring Crime: Large-Scale, Long-Range Efforts. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
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1979
Garofalo, James,  McDermott, M. Joan . National victim compensation: Its cost and coverage. Law and Policy Quarterly. 1, (4), 439-464.
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1977
Garofalo, James . Public Opinion About Crime: The Attitudes of Victims and Nonvictims in Selected Cities. Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office.
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1987
Garofalo, James,  Siegel, Leslie,  Laub, John H. School-related victimizations among adolescents: An analysis of National Crime Survey (NCS) narratives. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 3, (4), 321-338.
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1979
Garofalo, James . Victimization and the fear of crime. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 16, (1), 80-97.
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1978
Hindelang, Michael J.,  Gottfredson, Michael R.,  Garofalo, James . Victims of Personal Crime: An Empirical Foundation for a Theory of Personal Victimization. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Pub. Co..
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