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    AuCoin, K. and D. Beauchamp. 2007. "Impacts and consequences of victimization, GSS 2004." Juristat. Vol. 27, no. 1. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85-002-X. Ottawa.
    www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-002-x/85-002-x2007001-eng.pdf (accessed September 14, 2009)

    Brennan, S. and Taylor-Butts, A. 2008. "Sexual assault in Canada, 2004 and 2007." Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Profile Series. No. 19. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85F0033M. Ottawa.
    www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85f0033m/85f0033m2008019-eng.htm (accessed September 14, 2009)

    Charron, M. 2008. "Neighbourhood characteristics and the distribution of crime in Saskatoon." Crime and Justice Research PaperSeries. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85-561-M. No. 12. Ottawa.
    www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-561-m/85-561-m2008012-eng.htm (accessed September 14, 2009)

    DeValve, B. 2004. "Repeat victimization: An overview and assessment of its usefulness for crime." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Vol. 29, no. 1.
    www.acjs.org/pubs/uploads/JanuaryFebruary2004.pdf (accessed September 14, 2009)

    Farrell, G. and K. Pease. 1993. "Once bitten, twice bitten: Repeat victimization and its implications for crime prevention." Crime Prevention Unit Series. No. 46.Home Office. London.
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    Farrell, G., C. Phillips and K. Pease. 1995. "Like taking candy: Why does repeat victimization occur?" British Journal of Criminology. Vol. 35, no. 3. p. 384-399.

    Gannon, M. and K. Mihorean. 2005. "Criminal victimization in Canada, 2004." Juristat. Vol. 25, no. 7. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85-002-X. Ottawa.
    www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-002-x/85-002-x2005007-eng.pdf (accessed September 14, 2009)

    Gannon, M. and A. Taylor-Butts. 2006. "Canadians' use of crime prevention measures, 2004." Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Profile Series. No. 12. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85F0033M. Ottawa.
    www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85f0033m/85f0033m2006012-eng.pdf (accessed September 14, 2009)

    Gomes, J. et al. 2002. "Perceptions and experiences of victimization in Alberta: Findings from a Survey of Alberta Adults, 2000-2001." Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family.
    www.ucalgary.ca/~crilf/publications/VictimizationReport.pdf (accessed September 14, 2009)

    Lamm Weisel, D. 2005. "Analyzing repeat victimization." Problem-Oriented Guides for Police; Problem-Solving Tool Series. No. 4. U.S. Department of Justice. Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.
    www.cops.usdoj.gov/files/ric/Publications/e07055803.pdf (accessed September 14, 2009)

    Menard, S. 2000. "The 'normality' of repeat victimization from adolescence through early adulthood." Justice Quarterly. Vol. 17, no. 3. p. 543-574.

    Miethe, T. 1995. "Fear and withdrawal from urban life." The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Vol. 539, no. 1. p. 14-27.

    Mihorean, K. 2005. "Trends in self-reported spousal violence." in Family Violence in Canada: A Statistical Profile, 2005. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85-224-X. Ottawa.
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    Norris, F., K. Kaniasty and P. Thompson. 1997. "The psychological consequences of crime: Findings from a longitudinal study." in Dave C., Lurigio, A. and Wesley G. (eds). Victims of Crime: Second Edition. Sage. London.

    Outlaw, M., Ruback, B. and Britt, C. 2002. Repeat and Multiple Victimizations: The Role of Individual and Contextual Factors. Final report for the National Institute of Justice.
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    Pease, K. and G. Laycock. 1999. "Revictimisation: Reducing the heat on hot victims." Trends & Issues In Crime And Criminal Justice.No. 128. Australian Institute of Criminology. Canberra.
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    Sauvé, J. 2005. "Crime statistics in Canada, 2004." Juristat. Vol. 25, no. 5. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85-002-X. Ottawa.
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    Savoie, J. 2008. "Neighbourhood characteristics and the distribution of crime: Edmonton, Halifax and Thunder Bay." Crime and Justice Research PaperSeries. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85-561-M. No. 10. Ottawa.
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    Taylor-Butts, A. 2009. "Household income and victimization in Canada, 2004." Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Profile Series. No. 20. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85F0033M. Ottawa.
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    Wittebrood, K. and P. Nieuwbeerta. 2000. "Criminal victimization during one's life course: The effects of previous victimization and patterns of routine activities." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.Vol. 37, no. 1. p. 91-122.
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