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Start Date: 11/24/2013    End Date: 11/30/2013

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Criminology11Drugs1
Juveniles36Police6
Statistics1Victims6
International Victims1
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Criminology
1. Capitol Concern: The Disproportionate Impact of the Justice System on Low-Income Communities in D.C.
 NCJ Number:  242615
 Publication Date:  07/2010
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2. Active Shooter in a House of Worship
 NCJ Number:  242619
 Publication Date:  2013
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3. Emergency Response Protocols to Active Shooters Guide 2011: Retail-Specific Supplement to DHS Active Shooter Materials
 NCJ Number:  242622
 Publication Date:  03/2011
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4. Recommendations for Collaborating Successfully With Academic Researchers, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS)
 NCJ Number:  243911
 Author:  Tami P. Sullivan ; Enna Khondkaryan ; Bonnie S. Fisher
 Publication Date:  10/2013
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5. How Researchers Can Develop Successful Relationships With Criminal Justice Practitioners, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS)
 NCJ Number:  243912
 Author:  Tami P. Sullivan ; Enna Khondkaryan ; Lauren Moss-Racusin ; Bonnie S. Fisher
 Publication Date:  2013
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6. Strategies for Successfully Developing and Disseminating Useful Products From Researcher Practitioner Collaborations, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS)
 NCJ Number:  243913
 Author:  Tami P. Sullivan ; Tiara C. Willie ; Bonnie S. Fisher
 Publication Date:  2013
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7. Highlights and Lowlights of Researcher-Practitioner Collaborations in the Criminal Justice System, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS)
 NCJ Number:  243914
 Author:  Tami P. Sullivan ; Tiara C. Willie ; Bonnie S. Fisher
 Publication Date:  2013
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8. Criminal Justice System State Administrative Agencies: Research Capacity and Experience With Research Collaborations, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS)
 NCJ Number:  243915
 Author:  Tami P. Sullivan ; Carolina E. Price ; Bonnie S. Fisher
 Publication Date:  2013
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9. Evidence-Based Policy and Practice: The Role of the State in Advancing Criminal Justice Research, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS)
 NCJ Number:  243916
 Author:  Tami P. Sullivan ; Bronwyn A. Hunter ; Bonnie S. Fisher
 Publication Date:  2013
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10. Role of State Administrative Agencies in Advancing Criminal Justice Research, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS)
 NCJ Number:  243917
 Author:  Tami P. Sullivan ; Carolina E. Price ; Bonnie S. Fisher
 Publication Date:  2013
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11. Guidelines for Successful Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships in the Criminal Justice System, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS)
 NCJ Number:  243918
 Author:  Tami P. Sullivan ; Tara McPartland ; Bonnie S. Fisher
 Publication Date:  2013
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Drugs
12. The Vortex: The Concentrated Racial Impact of Drug Imprisonment and the Characteristics of Punitive Counties
 NCJ Number:  242616
 Author:  Phillip Beatty ; Amanda Petteruti ; Jason Ziedenberg
 Publication Date:  12/2007
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Juveniles
13. Comparing Two Reentry Strategies for Drug Abusing Juvenile Offenders
 NCJ Number:  243801
 Author:  Nancy Jainchill ; Richard Dembo ; Charles Turner ; Chunki Fong ; Sarah Farkas
 Publication Date:  2009
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14. Mentally Ill Juveniles in Local Custody
 NCJ Number:  243803
 Publication Date:  06/2011
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15. Juveniles Who Sexually Offend
 NCJ Number:  243804
 Author:  James Rokop, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  03/2013
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16. Costs of Incarcerating Youth With Mental Illness
 NCJ Number:  243805
 Author:  Edward Cohen ; Jane Pfeifer
 Publication Date:  2011
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17. Juvenile Justice Reform: Realigning Responsibilities
 NCJ Number:  243806
 Publication Date:  07/2008
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18. Program for the Education of Children and Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent, or at Risk of Educational Failure (Title I, Part D): Annual Program Performance Report School Year 2010-2011
 NCJ Number:  243808
 Author:  L. Seiter ; D. Seidel ; S. Lampron
 Publication Date:  2013
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19. Confronting Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors in the United States
 NCJ Number:  243838
 Publication Date:  2013
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20. Annotated Bibliography: Juvenile Justice Risk/Need Assessment & Juvenile Justice Websites
 NCJ Number:  243845
 Publication Date:  09/2013
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21. TDMHSAS Best Practice Guidelines: Adolescents Who Have Engaged In Sexually Abusive Behavior
 NCJ Number:  243846
 Publication Date:  02/2013
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22. Implementing Proven Programs For Juvenile Offenders: Assessing State Progress
 NCJ Number:  243849
 Author:  Peter W. Greenwood ; Brandon C. Welsh ; Michael Rocque
 Publication Date:  12/2012
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23. National Evaluation of Safe Start Promising Approaches
 NCJ Number:  243880
 Author:  Dana Schultz ; Lisa H. Jaycox ; Laura J. Hickman ; Anita Chandra ; Dionne Barnes-Proby ; Joie Acosta ; Alice Beckman ; Taria Francois ; Lauren Honess-Morreale
 Publication Date:  2010
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24. Los Angeles County Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act
 NCJ Number:  243881
 Author:  Terry Fain ; Susan Turner ; Greg Ridgeway
 Publication Date:  2009
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25. Intervention Effects on Health-Risking Sexual Behavior Among Girls in Foster Care: The Role of Placement Disruption and Tobacco and Marijuana Use
 NCJ Number:  244168
 Author:  Hyoun K. Kim ; Katherine C. Pears ; Leslie D. Leve ; Patricia Chamberlain ; Dana K. Smith
 Journal: Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse  Volume:22  Issue:5  Dated:November-December 2013  Pages:370 to 387
 Publication Date:  11/2013
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26. Preventing Child Behavior Problems and Substance Use: The Pathways Home Foster Care Reunification Intervention
 NCJ Number:  244169
 Author:  David S. DeGarmo ; John B. Reid ; Becky A. Fetrow ; Philip A. Fisher ; Karla D. Antoine
 Journal: Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse  Volume:22  Issue:5  Dated:November-December Group  Pages:388 to 406
 Publication Date:  11/2013
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27. Adolescent Onset of Maternal Substance Abuse: Descriptive Findings From a Feasibility Trial
 NCJ Number:  244170
 Author:  Lisa Saldana ; Dana K. Smith ; Elisa Weber
 Journal: Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse  Volume:22  Issue:5  Dated:November-December 2013  Pages:407 to 420
 Publication Date:  11/2013
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28. Young Adult Outcomes Associated With Teen Pregnancy Among High-Risk Girls in a Randomized Controlled Trial of Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care
 NCJ Number:  244171
 Author:  Leslie D. Leve ; David C.R. Kerr ; Gordon T. Harold
 Journal: Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse  Volume:22  Issue:5  Dated:November-December 2013  Pages:421 to 434
 Publication Date:  11/2013
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29. MTFC for High-Risk Adolescent Girls: A Comparison of Outcomes in England and the United States
 NCJ Number:  244172
 Author:  Kimberly A. Rhoades ; Patricia Chamberlain ; Rosemarie Roberts ; Leslie D. Leve
 Journal: Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse  Volume:22  Issue:5  Dated:November-December 2013  Pages:435 to 449
 Publication Date:  11/2013
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30. Trauma, Delinquency, and Substance Use: Co-Occurring Problems for Adolescent Girls in the Juvenile Justice System
 NCJ Number:  244173
 Author:  Dana K. Smith ; Lisa Saldana
 Journal: Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse  Volume:22  Issue:5  Dated:November-December 2013  Pages:450 to 465
 Publication Date:  11/2013
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31. Professionalization in Youth Work?: Opening and Deepening Circles of Inquiry
 NCJ Number:  244174
 Author:  Dana Fusco ; Michael Baizerman
 Journal: Child & Youth Services  Volume:34  Issue:2  Dated:April-June 2012  Pages:89 to 99
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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32. Field of Child and Youth Care: Are We There Yet?
 NCJ Number:  244175
 Author:  James Freeman
 Journal: Child & Youth Services  Volume:34  Issue:2  Dated:April-June 2013  Pages:100 to 111
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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33. Institutional Context and Youth Work Professionalization in Post-Welfare Societies
 NCJ Number:  244176
 Author:  Trudi Cooper
 Journal: Child & Youth Services  Volume:34  Issue:2  Dated:April-June 2013  Pages:112 to 124
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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34. Toward a Youth Work Profession
 NCJ Number:  244177
 Author:  Michael Emslie
 Journal: Child & Youth Services  Volume:34  Issue:2  Dated:April-June 2013  Pages:125 to 138
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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35. Unintended Consequences of Professionalizing Youth Work: Lessons From Teaching and Social Work
 NCJ Number:  244178
 Author:  Katie Johnston-Goodstar ; Ross Velure Roholt
 Journal: Child & Youth Services  Volume:34  Issue:2  Dated:April-June 2013  Pages:139 to 155
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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36. Do Not Enter: What Are the Risks of Gatekeeping Child and Youth Care?
 NCJ Number:  244179
 Author:  Wolfgang Vachon
 Journal: Child & Youth Services  Volume:34  Issue:2  Dated:April-June 2013  Pages:156 to 171
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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37. Exploring the Dynamics of Power in Professionalizing Afterschool
 NCJ Number:  244180
 Author:  Deborah Moore
 Journal: Child & Youth Services  Volume:34  Issue:2  Dated:April- June 2013  Pages:172 to 185
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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38. Quest for (Higher) Professional Status: Second Thoughts
 NCJ Number:  244181
 Author:  Michael Baizerman
 Journal: Child & Youth Services  Volume:34  Issue:2  Dated:April-June 2013  Pages:186 to 195
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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39. Is Youth Work Being Courted by the Appropriate Suitor?
 NCJ Number:  244182
 Author:  Dana Fusco
 Journal: Child & Youth Services  Volume:34  Issue:2  Dated:April-June 2013  Pages:196 to 209
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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40. Are Family Meals as Good for Youth as We Think They Are?: A Review of the Literature on Family Meals as They Pertain to Adolescent Risk Prevention
 NCJ Number:  244183
 Author:  Margie R. Skeer ; Erica L. Ballard
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:943 to 963
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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41. Variants of Callous-Unemotional Conduct Problems in a Community Sample of Adolescents
 NCJ Number:  244184
 Author:  Kostas A. Fanti ; Chara A. Demetriou ; Eva R. Kimonis
 Journal: Jounal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:964 to 979
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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42. Change in Parent- and Child-Reported Internalizing and Externalizing Behaviors Among Substance Abusing Runaways: The Effects of Family and Individual Treatments
 NCJ Number:  244185
 Author:  Natasha Slesnick ; Xiamei Guo ; Xin Feng
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:980 to 993
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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43. Jingle-Jangle Fallacy in Adolescent Autonomy in the Family: In Search of an Underlying Structure
 NCJ Number:  244186
 Author:  Stijn Van Petegem ; Maarten Vansteenkiste ; Wim Beyers
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:994 to 1014
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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44. Mediating Roles of Stress and Maladaptive Behaviors on Self-Harm and Suicide Attempts Among Runaway and Homeless Youth
 NCJ Number:  244187
 Author:  Amanda Moskowitz ; Judith A. Stein ; Marguerita Lightfoot
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:1015 to 1027
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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45. More Than Just Fun and Games: The Longitudinal Relationships Between Strategic Video Games, Self-Reported Problem Solving Skills, and Academic Grades
 NCJ Number:  244188
 Author:  Paul J.C. Adachi ; Teena Willoughby
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:1041 to 1052
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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46. Adolescent Caffeine Consumption and Self-Reported Violence and Conduct Disorder
 NCJ Number:  244189
 Author:  Alfgeir L. Kristjansson ; Inga Dora Sigfusdottir ; Stephanie S. Frost ; Jack E. James
 Journal: Jounal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:1053 to 1062
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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47. Role of Social Networks in Physical and Relational Aggression Among Young Adolescents
 NCJ Number:  244191
 Author:  Sabina Low ; Joshua R. Polanin ; Dorothy L. Espelage
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:1078 to 1089
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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48. Demolishing the Competition: The Longitudinal Link Between Competitive Video Games, Competitive Gambling, and Aggression
 NCJ Number:  244192
 Author:  Paul J. C. Adachi ; Teena Willoughby
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:1090 to 1104
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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Police
49. Introducing Smart Policing: Foundations, Principles, and Practice
 NCJ Number:  243589
 Author:  James R. Coldren Jr. ; Alissa Huntoon ; Michael Medaris
 Journal: Police Quarterly  Volume:16  Issue:3  Dated:September 2013  Pages:275 to 286
 Publication Date:  09/2013
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50. Operation LASER and the Effectiveness of Hotspot Patrol: A Panel Analysis
 NCJ Number:  243590
 Author:  Craig D. Uchida ; Marc L. Swatt
 Journal: Police Quarterly  Volume:16  Issue:3  Dated:September 2013  Pages:287 to 304
 Publication Date:  09/2013
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51. Policing Convenience Store Crime: Lessons from the Glendale, Arizona Smart Policing Initiative
 NCJ Number:  243591
 Author:  Michael D. White ; Charles M. Katz
 Journal: Police Quarterly  Volume:16  Issue:3  Dated:September 2013  Pages:305 to 322
 Publication Date:  09/2013
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52. Measuring Congruence between Property Crime Problems and Response Strategies: Enhancing the Problem-Solving Process
 NCJ Number:  243592
 Author:  Brenda J. Bond ; Lauren M. Hajjar
 Journal: Police Quarterly  Volume:16  Issue:3  Dated:September 2013  Pages:323 to 338
 Publication Date:  09/2013
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53. Evaluating Place-Based Policing Strategies: Lessons Learned from the Smart Policing Initiative in Boston
 NCJ Number:  243593
 Author:  Anthony A. Braga ; Cory Schnell
 Journal: Police Quarterly  Volume:16  Issue:3  Dated:September 2013  Pages:339 to 357
 Publication Date:  09/2013
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54. Commentary on Smart Policing
 NCJ Number:  243594
 Author:  Nola M. Joyce ; Charles H. Ramsey ; James K. Stewart
 Journal: Police Quarterly  Volume:16  Issue:3  Dated:September 2013  Pages:358 to 368
 Publication Date:  09/2013
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Statistics
55. Prisoners in 2012 - Advance Counts
 NCJ Number:  242467
 Author:  Daniela Golinelli ; E. Ann Carson
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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Victims
56. Perceptions of Program Effectiveness: An Evaluation of a Domestic Violence Treatment Program
 NCJ Number:  243006
 Author:  Bryana Marie Harrah
 Publication Date:  2012
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57. Rate of Cyber Dating Abuse Among Teens and How It Relates to Other Forms of Teen Dating Violence
 NCJ Number:  244190
 Author:  Janine M. Zweig ; Meredith Dank ; Jennifer Yahner ; Pamela Lachman
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:42  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:1063 to 1077
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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58. Evaluation of a Seven State Criminal History Screening Pilot Program for Long-Term Care Workers
 NCJ Number:  244200
 Author:  Tiffany A. Radcliff, Ph.D. ; Alan White, Ph.D. ; David R. West, Ph.D. ; Donna Hurd, R.N., M.S.N. ; Murray J. Cote, Ph.D.
 Journal: Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect  Volume:25  Issue:5  Dated:November - December 2013  Pages:375 to 395
 Publication Date:  12/2013
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59. What Is “Elder Abuse”? Voices From the Margin: The Views of Underrepresented Canadian Older Adults
 NCJ Number:  244201
 Author:  Jenny Ploeg, R.N., Ph.D. ; Lynne Lohfeld, M.S., M.P.H., Ph.D. ; Christine A. Walsh, R.S.W., Ph.D.
 Journal: Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect  Volume:25  Issue:5  Dated:November - December 2013  Pages:316 to 424
 Publication Date:  12/2013
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60. Financial Exploitation of Older Adults in Rural Settings: A Family Perspective
 NCJ Number:  244202
 Author:  Dhrubodhi Mukherjee, Ph.D.
 Journal: Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect  Volume:25  Issue:5  Dated:November - December 2013  Pages:425 to 437
 Publication Date:  12/2013
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61. Competing Values in Serving Older and Vulnerable Adults: Adult Protective Services, Mandated Reporting, and Domestic Violence Programs
 NCJ Number:  244203
 Author:  Elizabeth P. Cramer, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. ; Shane R. Brady, L.L.M.S.W.
 Journal: Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect  Volume:25  Issue:5  Dated:November - December 2013  Pages:453 to 468
 Publication Date:  12/2013
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International Victims
62. Unemployment and Domestic Violence: Theory and Evidence
 NCJ Number:  243276
 Author:  Dan Anderberg ; Helmut Rainer ; Jonathan Wadsworth ; Tanya Wilson
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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