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2015
Turney, Kristin,  Wildeman, Christopher . Detrimental for some? Heterogeneous effects of maternal incarceration on child wellbeing. Criminology and Public Policy. 14, (1), 125-156.
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2015
Turney, Kristin,  Wildeman, Christopher . Self-reported health among recently incarcerated mothers. American Journal of Public Health. 105, (10), 2014-2020.
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2014
Wildeman, Christopher . Parental incarceration, child homelessness, and the invisible consequences of mass imprisonment. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 651, (1), 74-96.
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2014
Wang, Emily A.,  Aminawung, Jenerius A.,  Wildeman, Christopher,  Ross, Joseph S.,  Krumholz, Harlan M. High incarceration rates among Black men enrolled in clinical studies may compromise ability to identify disparities. Health Affairs. 33, (5), 848-855.
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2014
Wakefield, Sara,  Wildeman, Christopher . Children of the Prison Boom: Mass Incarceration and the Future of American Inequality. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
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2014
Wildeman, Christopher,  Wakefield, Sara . The long arm of the law: The concentration of incarceration in families in the era of mass incarceration. Journal of Gender, Race and Justice. 17, (2), 367-389.
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2014
Wildeman, Christopher,  Turney, Kristin . Positive, negative, or null? The effects of maternal incarceration on children's behavioral problems. Demography. 51, (3), 1041-1068.
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2013
Turney, Kristin,  Wildeman, Christopher . Redefining relationships: Explaining the countervailing consequences of paternal incarceration for parenting. American Sociological Review. 78, (6), 949-979.
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2012
Wildeman, Christopher,  Schnittker, Jason,  Turney, Kristin . Despair by association? The mental health of mothers with children by recently incarcerated fathers. American Sociological Review. 216-243.
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2012
Turney, Kristin,  Schnittker, Jason,  Wildeman, Christopher . Those they leave behind: Paternal incarceration and maternal instrumental support. Journal of Marriage and Family. 74, 1149-1165.
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2012
Turney, Kristin,  Wildeman, Christopher,  Schnittker, Jason . As fathers and felons: Explaining the effects of current and recent incarceration on major depression. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 53, (4), 465-481.
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2011
Wakefield, Sara,  Wildeman, Christopher . Mass imprisonment and racial disparities in childhood behavioral problems. Criminology and Public Policy. 10, (3), 793-817.
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2010
Wildeman, Christopher,  Western, Bruce . Incarceration in fragile families. Future of Children. 20, (2), 157-177.
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2009
Wildeman, Christopher . Parental imprisonment, the prison boom, and the concentration of childhood disadvantage. Demography. 46, (2), 265-280.
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2007
Wildeman, Christopher . Parental Imprisonment, the Prison Boom and the Concentration of Childhood Disadvantage. Population Association of America 2007 Annual Meeting. New York, NY.
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