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Tom, and Lee Benson.
In plain sight: The startling truth behind the Elizabeth Smart investigation.
Chicago Review Press, 2006.
Elizabeth, and Chris Stewart.
St. Martin's Press, 2013.
Bullock, Cathy Ferrand, Margaret Spratt, and Sue Lockett John.
"Newspapers Provide Context in Elizabeth Smart Abduction."
Newspaper Research Journal 34, no. 4 (2013): 24-39.
Muschert, Glenn W., Melissa Young-Spillers, and Dawn Carr.
"Smart” policy decisions to combat a social problem:
The case of child abductions 2002–2003."
Justice Policy Journal 3, no. 2 (2006): 1-32.
Haberman, Maggie, and Jeane MacIntosh.
Held captive: The kidnapping and rescue of Elizabeth Smart.
Harper Collins, 2003.
McLaughlin, Christen Marie.
"Fear or Love: Examining Stockholm Syndrome in the Elizabeth Smart
"The Elizabeth Smart Case: Why we need specific laws against
FindLaw. com (2003).
Smart, Ed, and Lois Smart.
Bringing Elizabeth home: A journey of faith and hope.
"Elizabeth Smart Speaks on Human Trafficking."
Christian Science Monitor (2013).
"The Damaging Effects of Shame-‐Based Sex Education: Lessons From
TheHuffingtonPost. com (2013).
The Elizabeth Smart story."
De Fabrique, Nathalie, Stephen J. Romano, Gregory M. Vecchi, and Vincent B. Van
"Understanding stockholm syndrome."
FBI L. Enforcement Bull. 76 (2007): 10.
"The Amber Alert: the appropriate solution to preventing child
The Journal of Psychiatry & Law 32, no. 1 (2004): 71-88.
"Elizabeth Smart:‘I Couldn’t Be Happier.’”
October 9." (2013).
"Gone girl: The extraordinary resilience of Elizabeth Smart."
The New Yorker (2013): 1-56.
What Works – Gone Girl: The extraordinary resilience of Elizabeth Smart
March 18, 2015
In a profile story written by Margaret Talbot of The New Yorker, Talbot covers
her interview with Elizabeth Smart
in a way that personifies where Smart was and who she is today. Smart was kidnapped at the age of 14 and held
captive for nine months in Utah. She talks about her advocacy to help other
victims through her own experiences.
Throughout the interview, Talbot made a point to give a back story and various
events that happened during Smart’s
captivity, but stayed away from telling details that were not necessary.
"Elizabeth Smart is Standing Up for Rape Victims, and Tearing Down Purity
Vice News (2016).
"Therapists react to Elizabeth Smart case."
Psychology Today (2003).
"The ongoing mysteries of the Elizabeth Smart case."
Retrieved November 14 (2010): 2015.
"» Brainwashing Allegations and the Elizabeth Smart Abduction «."
Centre for Studies on New Religions (2008): 1-8.
Wong, P. T. P.
"Elizabeth Smart and Stockholm Syndrome."
Retrieved September 21 (2005): 2005.
"Elizabeth Smart Says Pro-Abstinence Sex Ed Harms Victims of Rape."
Slate Magazine. Slate 6 (2013).
Wagner, Danielle B.
"Elizabeth Smart Shares How Teaching Chastity the Wrong Way
at Church Has Harmful, Lasting Effects."
LDS Living (2016).
"The language of trauma: an analysis of A stolen life by Jaycee Dugard
and My story by Elizabeth Smart." (2015).
Shutt, J. Eagle, J. Mitchell Miller, Christopher J. Schreck, and Nancy K.
"Reconsidering the leading myths of stranger child abduction."
Criminal Justice Studies 17, no. 1 (2004): 127-134.
My story | Elizabeth Smart | TEDxUniversityofNevada
Jan 31, 2014
Elizabeth Smart On The A&E Special: "Elizabeth Smart:
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Elizabeth Smart Never Wants to Watch Her Movie Again | E! Red Carpet &
Nov 18, 2017
David Mitchell Interrogation (March 12, 2003)
Aug 5, 2011
Elizabeth Smart On The A&E Special:
"Elizabeth Smart: Autobiography"
Nov 10, 2017
The Day Elizabeth Smart Was Found
Apr 20, 2016
Elizabeth Smart Speaks For
The First Time
About Pornography's Role In Her Abduction
Feb 20, 2017
ELIZABETH SMART KIDNAPPING DOCUMENTARY - FULL DOCUMENTARY !
Jun 29, 2014
Smart - Malibu Library Speaker Series
Feb 24, 2016
City of Malibu
The disappearance of Elizabeth Smart was one of the most publicized child
abduction cases of the modern era.
At just 14 years old, just before graduating from middle school, Elizabeth was
abducted at knifepoint
from her own bedroom in the middle of the night. She was brutally ripped away
from her home and family and
held captive for nine months. Elizabeth shared her inspiring story of
overcoming unimaginable fear, abuse,
and loneliness. She will discuss topics such as triumphing over adversity, the
importance and process of recovery,
and not allowing your past to dictate your future. Having lived through a
nightmarish experience, Elizabeth shared
her insights about the importance of never giving up hope during times of
Elizabeth Smart Speaks at
Brian David Mitchell Sentencing
May 25, 2011
CNN Elizabeth Smart‘s Story
Oct 16, 2012
CBS News December 11, 2019,
Elizabeth Smart's dad describes his children's reaction when they found out he
For decades, the Mormon father of six was tormented with an inner truth he did
not want to tell,
including during the investigation of his daughter's abduction, which dominated
news coverage at the time.
Elizabeth was kidnapped in June 2002 and rescued nine months later, found only
a few miles from her Utah home.
Smart said he was worried his secret would be revealed.|"You know here we
are the front page of the Enquirer,"
Smart said. "So did the police at
one point view you as a suspect?" King asked. "The thing is, when a child goes
the first ones that they have to look at is the family," Smart responded. He explained one of the theories police had
about Elizabeth's abduction: "They potentially thought that somebody was
blackmailing me… because I was gay."