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Aloni, Erez; Vanzella-Yang, Adam. ““WAR” and Other Reasons People Move In Together: Analyzing Cohabitating Relationship Progressions in British Columbia.” In House rules: changing families, evolving norms, and the role of law. Aloni, Erez; Tremblay, Régine, Vancouver: UBC Press, 2022. 238-269 pp. 978-0-7748-6739-9.

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Antonowicz, Daniel, and John Winterdyk. “A Review of Deaths in Custody in Three Canadian Provinces,” Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 1, no. 56 (2014): 85-104.

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Ashley, Sean Matthew. “Sincere but Naïve: Methodological Queries,” Canadian Review of Sociology 4, no. 51 (2014): 325-42.

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Asselin, Gabriel. “Ni civiles, ni militaires: Marginalité et identité parmi les familles militaires francophones de la Base des Forces canadiennes Esquimalt en Colombie-Britannique.” MA. University of Alberta, 2007.

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Bouchard, Martin, and Sadaf Hashimi. “When Is a 'War' ad 'Wave?' Two Approaches for the Detection of Waves in Gang Homicides,” Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 2, no. 59 (2017): 198-226.

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Bowen, Raven R. “Squaring Up: Experiences of Transition from Off-Street Sex Work to Square Work and Duality - Concurrent Involvement in Both - in Vancouver, BC,” The Canadian Review of Sociology 4, no. 52 (2015): 429-49.

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Boyd, Susan C., and Connie Carter. Killer Weed: Marijuana Grow Ops, Media, and Justice. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014. 304 pp. 9781442643673.

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