Female offenders use of social welfare programs before and after jail and prison: does prison cause welfare dependency?
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- Kristin F. Butcher & Robert J. LaLonde, 2006. "Female Offenders Use of Social Welfare Programs Before and After Jail and Prison: Does Prison Cause Welfare Dependency?," Working Papers 0718, Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago.
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