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States , 2000-2005 Eldercide : A Gendered Examination of Elderly Homicide in the United

@inproceedings{Krienert2009States2,
  title={States , 2000-2005 Eldercide : A Gendered Examination of Elderly Homicide in the United},
  author={Jessie L. Krienert and J. Walsh},
  year={2009}
}
Eldercide is an increasing category of homicide affecting members of one of society’s most vulnerable populations. Despite attention from health officials, policy makers, researchers, the public, and the criminal justice system, there remains a dearth of knowledge about the phenomenon. Examination of extant empirical works reveals overreliance on small localized subsamples drawn frequently from medical examiner reports, underutilization of large national samples, brief temporal spans of data… Expand

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