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2009 Books/Chapters

  1. McKeown S and Wathen N.  Is information enough? eGovernment and the information response for women experiencing domestic violence.  In:  Rothbauer P, Stevenson S, and Wathen N, eds.  Borders, Bridges and Byways: Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science.  Ottawa, Canada; 2009.
  2. Miller T, Zaloshnja E, and Hendrie D.  The cost of traumatic brain injuries and the return on helmet investment in the United States. In: Jallo J and Loftus C, eds.  Neurotrauma and Critical Care of the Brain. New York, NY: Time; 2009:445-459.
  3. Andersen K, Sveticic J, and De Leo D.  Suicide Research and Selected Readings. Vol. 1. Brisbane, Australia: Australian Academic Press; 2009.  
  4. Stack S.  Copycat effects of fictional suicides: A meta analysis. In: Stack S and Lester D, eds. Suicide in the Creative Arts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers; 2009.
  5. Stack S.  Suicide among artists: National epidemiology. In: Stack S and Lester D, eds. Suicide in the Creative Arts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers; 2009.
  6. Stack S.  The suicide of ajax: A note on occupation strain as a risk factor for suicide. In: Stack S and Lester D, eds. Suicide in the Creative Arts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers; 2009.
  7. Stack S, and Bowman B.  Artists’ suicide in the cinema. In: Stack S and Lester D, eds. Suicide in the Creative Arts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers; 2009.
  8. Stack S, and Bowman B.  The legacy of Lucretia: Rape suicides in art and film. In: Stack S and Lester D, eds. Suicide in the Creative Arts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers; 2009.
  9. Stack S, and Bowman B.  Pain and altruism: The suicides in John Wayne’s films. In: Stack S and Lester D, eds. Suicide in the Creative Arts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers; 2009.
  10. Stack S, and Bowman B.  Suicide motive in 61 works of popular world literature and comparison to film. In: Stack S and Lester D, eds. Suicide in the Creative Arts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers; 2009.
  11. Stack S, and Bowman B.  Suicide in the movies: Gender and method of suicide. In: Stack S and Lester D, eds. Suicide in the Creative Arts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers; 2009.
  12. Stack S, Krysinka K, and Lester D.  Did the Hungarian suicide song really create a suicide epidemic? In: Stack S and Lester D, eds. Suicide in the Creative Arts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers; 2009.
  13. Stack S, and Lester D.  Introduction: Issues in suicide and the creative arts. In: Stack S and Lester D, eds. Suicide in the Creative Arts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers; 2009.
  14. Stack S.  Suicide: Adult life. In: Carr D, ed. Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development. Vol. 2.Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, Division of Cengage Learning Publishing; 2009.
  15. Stack S.  Suicide: Cross-cultural perspectives (3,000 words). In: Peck D and Bryant CD, eds. Encyclopedia of Death and Human Experience. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage; 2009.
  16. Stack S.  Suicide: Later life. In: Carr D, ed. Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development. Vol. 3.  Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, Division of Cengage Learning Publishing; 2009.
  17. Sveticic J, Andersen K, and De Leo D.  Suicide Research: Selected Readings, Volume 2. Brisbane, Australia: Australian Academic Press; 2009.  
  18. Stinson K, Mulloy KG, Boudreau Y, Newman L, and Helmkamp J.  Occupational health indicators in Wyoming: A baseline occupational health assessment, 2001-2005.  Mountain and Plains Education and Research Center, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health; 2009.
  19. Tiesman H.  Cement truck driver dies after being backed over by a skid-steer loader – South Carolina.  NIOSH In-house FACE Report 2008-01 (Apr: 1-5); 2009. Available at: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/face/In-house/full200801.html.