Christopher Wildeman
Christopher Wildeman
Professor of Sociology, Duke University
Verified email at duke.edu
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The black family and mass incarceration
B Western, C Wildeman
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 621 (1 …, 2009
6262009
Parental imprisonment, the prison boom, and the concentration of childhood disadvantage
C Wildeman
Demography 46 (2), 265-280, 2009
5932009
Children of the prison boom: Mass incarceration and the future of American inequality
S Wakefield, C Wildeman
Oxford University Press, 2013
5112013
Paternal incarceration and children's physically aggressive behaviors: Evidence from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study
C Wildeman
Social Forces 89 (1), 285-309, 2010
4422010
Mass incarceration, public health, and widening inequality in the USA
C Wildeman, EA Wang
The Lancet 389 (10077), 1464-1474, 2017
3582017
The prevalence of confirmed maltreatment among US children, 2004 to 2011
C Wildeman, N Emanuel, JM Leventhal, E Putnam-Hornstein, J Waldfogel, ...
JAMA pediatrics 168 (8), 706-713, 2014
3582014
Mass imprisonment and racial disparities in childhood behavioral problems
S Wakefield, C Wildeman
Criminology & Public Policy 10 (3), 793-817, 2011
3372011
Incarceration in fragile families
C Wildeman, B Western
The future of children, 157-177, 2010
3222010
Despair by association? The mental health of mothers with children by recently incarcerated fathers
C Wildeman, J Schnittker, K Turney
American Sociological Review 77 (2), 216-243, 2012
2872012
Redefining relationships: Explaining the countervailing consequences of paternal incarceration for parenting
K Turney, C Wildeman
American Sociological Review 78 (6), 949-979, 2013
2182013
Mass imprisonment and inequality in health and family life
C Wildeman, C Muller
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 8, 11-30, 2012
2172012
Tragic, but not random: The social contagion of nonfatal gunshot injuries
AV Papachristos, C Wildeman, E Roberto
Social Science & Medicine 125, 139-150, 2015
2162015
Parental incarceration, child homelessness, and the invisible consequences of mass imprisonment
C Wildeman
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 651 (1 …, 2014
2112014
Lifetime prevalence of investigating child maltreatment among US children
H Kim, C Wildeman, M Jonson-Reid, B Drake
American journal of public health 107 (2), 274-280, 2017
2092017
Positive, negative, or null? The effects of maternal incarceration on children’s behavioral problems
C Wildeman, K Turney
Demography 51 (3), 1041-1068, 2014
1952014
As fathers and felons: Explaining the effects of current and recent incarceration on major depression
K Turney, C Wildeman, J Schnittker
Journal of health and social behavior 53 (4), 465-481, 2012
1622012
Mental and physical health of children in foster care
K Turney, C Wildeman
Pediatrics 138 (5), 2016
1512016
A heavy burden: the cardiovascular health consequences of having a family member incarcerated
H Lee, C Wildeman, EA Wang, N Matusko, JS Jackson
American journal of public health 104 (3), 421-427, 2014
1512014
Detrimental for Some? The Heterogeneous Effects of Maternal Incarceration on Child Wellbeing
K Turney, C Wildeman
Criminology & Public Policy 14 (1), 125-156, 2015
1482015
Cumulative risks of foster care placement by age 18 for US children, 2000–2011
C Wildeman, N Emanuel
PloS one 9 (3), e92785, 2014
1362014
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