These are the sources and citations used to research imprisoned or incarcerated fathers and their children (minorities or blacks. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Coetzee, 1997)
Your Bibliography: Coetzee, P., 1997. A Marxist interpretation of black attempts at political self-definition in South Africa. Koers, 62(4).
In-text: (Justin Dyer, Pleck and McBride, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Justin Dyer, W., Pleck, J. and McBride, B., 2012. Imprisoned Fathers and Their Family Relationships: A 40-Year Review From a Multi-Theory View. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 4(1), pp.20-47.
In-text: (Oparanozie, Sales, DiClemente and Braxton, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Oparanozie, A., Sales, J., DiClemente, R. and Braxton, N., 2011. Racial Identity and Risky Sexual Behaviors Among Black Heterosexual Men. Journal of Black Psychology, 38(1), pp.32-51.
In-text: (Reynolds, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Reynolds, T., 2009. Exploring the Absent/Present Dilemma: Black Fathers, Family Relationships, and Social Capital in Britain. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 624(1), pp.12-28.
In-text: (ROETTGER and SWISHER, 2011)
Your Bibliography: ROETTGER, M. and SWISHER, R., 2011. ASSOCIATIONS OF FATHERS' HISTORY OF INCARCERATION WITH SONS' DELINQUENCY AND ARREST AMONG BLACK, WHITE, AND HISPANIC MALES IN THE UNITED STATES*. Criminology, 49(4), pp.1109-1147.
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