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Conditions of confinement in American prisons and jails

Wildeman, C., Fitzpatrick, M. D., & Goldman, A. (2018). Conditions of confinement in American prisons and jails. Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 14, 29-47.  

Publication Year: 2018
Primary Author: Wildeman, C.
Publisher: Annual Review of Law and Social Science
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Parental incarceration and child health in the United States

Wildeman, C., Goldman, A., & Turney, K. (2018). Parental incarceration and child health in the United States. Epidemiologic Reviews, 40, 146-156.

Publication Year: 2018
Primary Author: Wildeman, C.
Publisher: Epidemiologic Reviews
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The incredibly credible prevalence of child protective services contact in New Zealand and the United States

Wildeman, C. (2018). The incredibly credible prevalence of child protective services contact in New Zealand and the United States. American Journal of Public Health, 108, 438-439.

Publication Year: 2018
Primary Author: Wildeman, C.
Publisher: American Journal of Public Health
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Characteristics of the front-line child welfare workforce

Edwards, F. R., & Wildeman, C. (2018). Characteristics of the front-line child welfare workforce. Children and Youth Services Review, 89, 13-26.

Publication Year: 2018
Primary Author: Wildeman, C.
Publisher: Children and Youth Services Review
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Maternal incarceration and family functioning in fragile families

Turney, K., & Wildeman, C. (2018). Maternal incarceration and family functioning in fragile families. Social Forces, 96, 1155-1182.

Publication Year: 2018
Primary Author: Wildeman, C.
Publisher: Social Forces
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How much might mass imprisonment affect inequality?

Wakefield, S., & Wildeman, C. (2018). How much might mass imprisonment affect inequality? In R. Condry & P. Scharff (Eds.), Prisons, Punishment, and Families: Towards a New Sociology of Punishment (pp. 58-72). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Publication Year: 2018
Primary Author: Wildeman, C.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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The mortality effects of retirement: Evidence from social security eligibility at age 62

Fitzpatrick, M. D., & Moore, T. (2018). The mortality effects of retirement: Evidence from social security eligibility at age 62. Journal of Public Economics, 157, 121-137.

Publication Year: 2018
Primary Author: Fitzpatrick, M.
Publisher: Journal of Public Economics
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Monetary sanctions in criminal justice

Martin, K., Shannon, S., Sykes, B., Edwards, F. R., & Harris, A. (2018). Monetary Sanctions in Criminal Justice. Annual Review of Criminology, 1(1), 471-495.

Publication Year: 2018
Primary Author: Edwards, F.
Publisher: Annual Review of Criminology
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Guiding people to interpret their experienced difficulty as importance highlights their academic possibilities and improves their academic performance

Oyserman, D., Elmore, K., Novin, S., Fisher, O., & Smith, G. C. (2018). Guiding people to interpret their experienced difficulty as importance highlights their academic possibilities and improves their academic performance. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 781. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00781

Publication Year: 2018
Primary Author: Elmore, K.
Publisher: Frontiers in Psychology
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Adult children’s problems and mother’s well-being: Does parental favoritism matter?

Pillemer, K., Suitor, J. J., Riffin, C., & Gilligan, M. (2017). Adult children’s problems and mother’s well-being: Does parental favoritism matter?. Research on Aging, 39, 375-395.

Publication Year: 2017
Primary Author: Pillemer, K.
Publisher: Research on Aging