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Neither here nor there: Incarceration and family instability

@inproceedings{Turney2013NeitherHN,
  title={Neither here nor there: Incarceration and family instability},
  author={Kristin Turney},
  year={2013}
}
es of incarceration for the dissolution of marital, cohabiting, and nonresidential romantic relationships. 5 Given the considerable number of families affected by incarceration, the unequal distribution of incarceration across the population, and the potential consequences of family instability for the intergenerational transmission of inequality, understanding how the expanding penal system affects relationship dissolution is an important new area of research. I explore the possible… 

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