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Brooks, G and Tarling, R (2012) Boosting the Reading Levels and Attitudes of Young People who have Offended: A Review of the Evidence and the Lessons Learnt from an Evaluation of TextNow Youth Justice, 12 (3). pp. 184-198.

Brunton-Smith, IR, Carpenter, J, Kenward, M and Tarling, R (2012) Multiple Imputation for handling missing data in social research Social Research Update, 64.

Tarling, R (2011) Relations between Government Researchers and Academics The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 50 (3). pp. 307-313.

Sarre, S and Tarling, R (2010) The volunteering activities of children aged 8 – 15. Voluntary Sector Review, 1 (3). pp. 293-307.

Tarling, R and Morris, K (2010) Reporting crime to the police British Journal of Criminology, 50 (3). pp. 474-490.

Sarre, S and Tarling, R (2010) The volunteering activities of children aged 8 – 15’ Voluntary Sector Review, 1 (3). pp. 293-307.

Monograph

Brunton-Smith, IR, Sindall, K and Tarling, R (2010) The Effect of Demographic Make-up on Perceptions of Antisocial Behaviour in London as Measured by the British Crime Survey and 2008 Place Survey UNSPECIFIED.

Bullock, KA, Sarre, S, Tarling, R and Wilkinson, M (2010) An implementation study of the delivery of domestic abuse programmes in probation areas and Her Majesty’s Prison Service UNSPECIFIED. Ministry of Justice, London.

Report

Brunton-Smith, IR, Carpenter, J, Kenward, M and Tarling, R (2013) Surveying Prisoner Crime Reduction (SPCR) Using multiple imputation to recover missing data from the SPCR [Report]

Book

Tarling, R (2008) Statistical modelling for social researchers Routledge, London. ISBN 0415448409

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