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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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2014
Ford, Jason A.,  Reckdenwald, Amy,  Marquardt, Briana . Prescription drug misuse and gender. Substance Use and Misuse.
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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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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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2008
Parker,  Karen F.,  Reckdenwald, Amy . Women and crime in context: Examining the link between patriarchy and female offending across space. Feminist Criminology. 3, (1), 5-24.
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