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2006
DeLeon-Granados, William,  Wells, William,  Binsbacher, Ruddyard . Arresting developments: Trends in female arrests for domestic violence and proposed explanations. Violence Against Women. 12, (4), 355-371.
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2002
Vieraitis, Lynne M.,  Williams, Marian R. Assessing the impact of gender inequality on femail homicide victimization across U. S. cities: A racially disaggregated analysis. Violence Against Women. 8, (1), 35-63.
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1997
Parker, Linda S. A 'brutal case' or 'only a family jar'?: Violence against women in San Diego County, 19980-1900. Violence Against Women. 3, (3), 294-318.
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2007
Pattavina, April,  Hirschel, David,  Buzawa, Eve,  Faggiani, Don,  Bentley, Helen . A comparison of the police response to heterosexual versus same sex intimate partner violence. Violence Against Women. 13, (4), 374-394.
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2000
Gordon, Malcolm . Definitional issues in violence against women: Surveillance and research from a violence research perspective. Violence Against Women. 6, (7), 747-783.
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2000
Lambert, Linda C.,  Firestone, Juanita M. Economic context and multiple abuse techniques. Violence Against Women. 6, (1), 49-67.
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2000
Puzone, Carol A.,  Kresnow, Marcie-Jo,  Thompson, Martie P.,  Mercy, James A. Erratum. Violence Against Women. 6, (10), 1179-1184.
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2000
Gelles, Richard J. Estimating the incidence and prevalence of violence against women: National data systems and sources. Violence Against Women. 6, (7), 784-804.
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2014
Ackerman, Jeffrey,  Love, Tony P. Ethnic group differences in police notification about intimate partner violence. Violence Against Women. 20, (2), 162-185.
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1999
Baker, Nancy V.,  Gregware, Peter R.,  Cassidy, Margery A. Family killing fields: Honor rationales in the murder of women. Violence Against Women. 5, (2), 164-184.
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1995
Smith, M. Dwayne,  Brewer, Victoria E. Female status and the 'gender gap' in U.S. homicide victimization. Violence Against Women. 1, (4), 339-350.
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2000
Waller, Anna E.,  Martin, Sandra L.,  Ornstein, Miriam L. Health related surveillance data on violence against women. Violence Against Women. 6, (8), 868-903.
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2013
Hirschel, David,  Buzawa, Eve S. The impact of offenders leaving the scene on the police decision to arrest in cases of intimate partner violence. Violence Against Women. 19, (9), 1079-1103.
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2013
Rennison, Callie Marie,  DeKeseredy, Walter S.,  Dragiewicz, Molly . Intimate relationship status variations in violence against women: Urban, suburban, and rural differences. Violence Against Women. 19, (11), 1312-1330.
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2000
Puzone, Carol A.,  Saltman, Linda E.,  Kresnow, Marcie-Jo,  Thompson, Martie P.,  Mercy, James A. National trends in intimate partner homicide: United States, 1976-1995. Violence Against Women. 6, (4), 409-426.
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1999
Edleson, Jeffrey L. The overlap between child maltreatment and woman battering. Violence Against Women. 5, (2), 134-154.
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2000
Campbell, Jacquelyn C. Promise and perils of surveillance in addressing violence against women. Violence Against Women. 6, (7), 705-727.
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2007
Ellison, Christopher G.,  Trinitapoli, Jenny A.,  Anderson, Kristin L.,  Johnson, Byron R. Race/ethnicity, religious involvement, and domestic violence. Violence Against Women. 13, (11), 1094-1112.
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2007
Rosen, Leora N. Rape rates and military personnel in the United States: An exploratory study. Violence Against Women. 13, (9), 945-960.
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2003
DeLeon-Granados, William,  Wells, William . The Reliability and Validity of Measures of Domestic Violence Resources as Used in Intimate Partner Homicide Research. Violence Against Women. 9, (2), 148-162.
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1997
Ellis, Desmond,  DeKeseredy, Walter S. Rethinking estrangement, interventions, and intimate femicide. Violence Against Women. 3, (6), 590-609.
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1999
2009
Boba, Rachel,  Lilley, David . Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) funding: A national assessment of effects on rape and assault. Violence Against Women. 15, (2), 168-185.
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