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Inderbitzin, Michelle et al. 'revolutions May Go Backwards’: The Persistence Of Voter Disenfranchisement In The United States.. Through The Eye Of Katrina: Social Justice In The United States. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2007. 37-53. Print. Through The Eye Of Katrina: Social Justice In The United States.
Inderbitzin, Michelle. Negotiating Cooperation And Control: Resident Leadership In A Juvenile Institution. Corrections Compendium 31.2 (2006): 6, 7, 33 - 34. Print. Corrections Compendium.
Inderbitzin, Michelle et al. William Chaimbliss. Fifty Key Criminological Thinkers. Routledge, 2010. 203-208. Print. Fifty Key Criminological Thinkers.
Inderbitzin, Michelle. Lessons From A Juvenile Training School: Survival And Growth. Journal of Adolescent Research 21.1 (2006): 7 - 26. Print. Journal Of Adolescent Research.
Inderbitzin, Michelle. Reentry Of Emerging Adults: Adolescent Inmates' Transition Back Into The Community. Journal of Adolescent Research 24.4 (2009): 453 - 476. Web. Journal Of Adolescent Research.
Inderbitzin, Michelle. Outsiders And Justice Consciousness. Contemporary Justice Review 6.4 (2003): 357 - 362. Print. Contemporary Justice Review.
Inderbitzin, Michelle, and Christopher Uggen. Public Criminologies. Criminology & Public Policy 9.4 (2010): 725 - 749. Print. Criminology & Public Policy.
Inderbitzin, Michelle. Growing Up Behind Bars An Ethnographic Study Of Adolescent Inmates In A Cottage For Violent Offenders. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 42.3 (2005): 1 - 22. Print. Journal Of Offender Rehabilitation.
Inderbitzin, Michelle. A Look From The Inside: Balancing Custody And Treatment In A Juvenile Maximum-Security Facility.. International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 51.3 (2007): 348 - 62. Print. International Journal Of Offender Therapy And Comparative Criminology.
Inderbitzin, Michelle. The Impact Of Gender On Juvenile Justice Decisions. Its A Crime: Women And Justice. Fourth. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007. 782-791. Print. Its A Crime: Women And Justice.
Inderbitzin, Michelle, and Debbie Storrs. Imagining A Liberal Education: Critically Examining The Learning Process Through Stimulation. Journal of Transformative Education 4.2 (2006): 175 - 189. Print. Journal Of Transformative Education.