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2014
Kang, Ji Hyon,  Lynch, James P. Calling the police in instances of family violence: Effects of victim-offender relationship and life stages. Crime and Delinquency. 60, (1), 34-59.
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1996
Lynch, James P. Clarifying divergent estimates of rape from two national surveys. Public Opinion Quarterly. 60, (3), 410-430.
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1999
Lynch, James P.,  Simon, Rita J. Comparative assessment of criminal involvement among immigrants and natives across seven nations. International Criminal Justice Review. 9, (1), 1-17.
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1988
Lynch, James P. A comparison of prison use in England, Canada, West Germany, and the United States: A limited test of the punitive hypothesis. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. 79, (1), 180-217.
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1993
Lynch, James P. A cross-national comparison of the length of custodial sentences for serious crimes. Justice Quarterly. 10, (4), 639-660.
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1992
Lynch, James P.,  Cantor, David . Ecological and behavioral influences on property victimization at home: Implications for opportunity theory. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 29, (3), 335-362.
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1989
Lynch, James P. An evaluation of lifetime likelihood of victimization. Public Opinion Quarterly. 53, (2), 262-264.
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2005
Cantor, David,  Lynch, James P. Exploring the effects of changes in design on the analytical uses of the NCVS data. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 21, (3), 293-319.
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2008
Lynch, James P.,  Jarvis, John P. Missing data and imputation in the Uniform Crime Reports and the effects on national estimates. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. 24, (1), 69-85.
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2009
Heimer, Karen,  Lauritsen, Janet L.,  Lynch, James P. The National Crime Victimization Survey and the gender gap in offending: Redux. Criminology. 47, (2), 427-438.
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1993
Lynch, James P.,  Danner, Mona J. E. . Offense seriousness scaling: An alternative to scenario methods. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 9, (3), 309-322.
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2006
Xie, Min,  Pogarsky, Greg,  Lynch, James P.,  McDowall, David . Prior police contact and subsequent victim reporting: Results from the NCVS. Justice Quarterly. 23, (4), 481-501.
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1987
Lynch, James P. Routine activity and victimization at work. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 3, (4), 283-300.
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2009
Lauritsen, Janet L.,  Heimer, Karen,  Lynch, James P. Trends in the gender gap in violent offending: New evidence from the National Crime Victimization Survey. Criminology. 47, (2), 361-399.
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