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  • Website

    Lee, C.

    Up in arms over police with guns

    2016 - BBC

    In-text: (Lee)

    Your Bibliography: Lee, Catherine. "Up In Arms Over Police With Guns." BBC News. N.p., 2016. Web. 11 Mar. 2020.

  • Journal

    Seidler, Z. E., Dawes, A. J., Rice, S. M., Oliffe, J. L. and Dhillon, H. M.

    The role of masculinity in men's help-seeking for depression: A systematic review

    2016 - Clinical Psychology Review

    In-text: (Seidler et al. 106-118)

    Your Bibliography: Seidler, Zac E. et al. "The Role Of Masculinity In Men's Help-Seeking For Depression: A Systematic Review." Clinical Psychology Review 49 (2016): 106-118. Web. 11 Mar. 2020.

  • Website

    Spinelli, A.

    Fatality rate for men with breast cancer has soared compared to women

    2019

    In-text: (Spinelli)

    Your Bibliography: Spinelli, Alexander. "Fatality Rate For Men With Breast Cancer Has Soared Compared To Women." STAT. N.p., 2019. Web. 11 Mar. 2020.

  • Journal

    van de Veer, E., de Lange, M. A., van der Haar, E. and Karremans, J. C.

    Feelings of Safety: Ironic Consequences of Police Patrolling

    2012 - Journal of Applied Social Psychology

    In-text: (van de Veer et al. 3114-3125)

    Your Bibliography: van de Veer, Evelien et al. "Feelings Of Safety: Ironic Consequences Of Police Patrolling." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 42.12 (2012): 3114-3125. Web. 11 Mar. 2020.

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