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Pub. Year
Citation
1996
Needels, Karen Elizabeth . Go Directly to Jail and Do Not Collect? A Long-Term Study of Recidivism and Employment Patterns among Prison Releasees. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 33, (4), 471 -
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1984
Curtis, Russell L.,  Schulman, Sam . Ex-offenders, family relations, and economic supports: The 'significant women' study of the TARP project. Crime and Delinquency. 30, (4), 507-528.
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1983
(author unknown) . Postrelease depression and the importance of familial support. Criminology. 21, (2), 253-275.
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1983
Henry, John Patrick . Post-Prison Adjustment: Modeling the Effects of Income and Expenditures on Arrests after the First Year of Release. Dissertation, University of Massachusetts.
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1983
Jurik, Nancy C. The economics of female recidivism: A study of TARP women ex-offenders. Criminology. 21, (4), 603-622.
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1983
Peddersen, Judi W. The Impact of Transitional Financial Aid on Recidivism. Dissertation, University of Cincinnati.
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1981
Jurik, Nancy C. The Economics of Female Crime: TARP Women Ex-Offenders. Society for the Study of Social Problems.
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1980
Jurik, Nancy Carol . Women Ex-Offenders: Their Work and Rearrest Patterns. Dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara.
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1980
Rossi, Peter H.,  Berk, Richard A.,  Lenihan, Kenneth J. Money, Work, and Crime: Experimental Evidence. New York: Academic Press.
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1978
Stephens, Jack L.,  Sanders, Lois W. Transitional Aid for Ex-Offenders: An Experimental Study in Georgia. Georgia Offender Rehabilitation Department.
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1977
(author unknown) . Unlocking the Second Gate: The Role of Financial Assistance in Reducing Recidivism among Ex-Prisoners. Washington, DC: United States Employment and Training Administration.
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1976
Horowitz, Robert . Back on the Street from Prison to Poverty: The Financial Resources of Released Offenders. Transitional Aid Research Project for Ex-Offenders. Washington, DC: American Bar Association.
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