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Effects on Families
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Desmond, Matthew, and Nicol Valdez. "Unpolicing the urban poor: Consequences of third-party policing for inner-city women." American sociological review (2012): 0003122412470829.
Turney, Kristin, and Christopher Wildeman. "Redefining Relationships: Explaining the Countervailing Consequences of Paternal Incarceration for Parenting." American Sociological Review 78.6 (2013): 949-979.
Wakefield, Sara, and Christopher James Wildeman. Children of the prison boom: Mass incarceration and the future of American inequality. Oxford University Press, 2014.
Braman, Don.“Families of Prisoners”, in Invisble Punishment: The Collateral Consequences of Mass Imprisonment (Marc Mauer & Meda Chesney-Lind eds., 2002).
Foster, Holly, and John Hagan. "Incarceration and intergenerational social exclusion." (2007): 399-433.