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2011
Saporu, Darlene F.,  Patton, Charles L., III,  Krivo, Lauren J.,  Peterson, Ruth D. Differential benefits? Crime and community investments in racially distinct neighborhoods. Race and Justice. 1, (1), 79-102.
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2011
Longazel, Jamie G.,  Parker, Laurin S.,  Sun, Ivan Y. Experiencing court, experiencing race: Perceived procedural injustice among court users. Race and Justice. 1, (2), 202-227.
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2012
Byers, Bryan D.,  Warren-Gordon, Kiesha,  Jones, James A. Predictors of hate crime prosecutions: An analysis of data from the National Prosecutors Survey and state-level bias crime laws. Race and Justice. 2, (3), 203-219.
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2013
Stolzenberg, Lisa,  D'Alessio, Stewart J.,  Eitle, David . Race and cumulative discrimination in the prosecution of criminal defendants. Race and Justice. 3, (4), 275-299.
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2013
Wu, Yuning,  Altheimer, Irshad . Race/ethnicity, foreign-born status, and victimization in Seattle, WA. Race and Justice. 3, (4), 339-357.
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2011
Like-Haislip, Toya Z.,  Miofsky, Karin Tusinski . Race, ethnicity, gender, and violent victimization. Race and Justice. 1, (3), 254-276.
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2011
Breunig, Christian,  Ernst, Rose . Race, inequality, and the prioritization of corrections spending in the American states. Race and Justice. 1, (3), 233-253.
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2011
Hart, Timothy C.,  Rennison, Callie Marie . Violent victimization of Hispanic college students: Findings from the National Crime Victimization Survey. Race and Justice. 1, (4), 362-385.
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