1. Human Dignity and Childhood. This paper analyzes college student responses to questions about supports for and violations of their human dignity when they were children. Polonko and Lombardo, Human Dignity and Children 2.pdf

2. Commentary on the Limits of Law in Preventing Child Abuse. Our Children Don't Deserve to be Beaten.mht

3. With Karen A. Polonko (2005) "A Comparative Analysis of Corporal Punishment and Children: An Exploration of Human Rights and U.S. Law". Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, Vol. 29 / 2, Fall, pp. 173-200.  Comparative Analysis of Corporal Punishment of Children --An Exploration of Human Rights and US Law.pdf 

4. Lucien X. Lombardo and Karen A. Polonko (2010), "Interdisciplinary Contributions to the Prevention of Child Maltreatment," The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Vol.4/12, 89-112.  Polonko and Lombardo, Interdisciplinary Contributins to Child Maltreatment Prevention.pdf 

 4. Lucien Lombardo, Some Comments on Alice Miller's THE BODY NEVER LIES. Some observations of Alice Miller's The Body Never Lies - The Natural Child Project.mht

5. Lombardo - Some Observations on Reading the Works of Alice Miller 2001.pdf - This paper was prepared for a meeting with Dr. Alice Miller at Random House Publishing offices in NYC. The meeting of 12 authors and anti-corporal punishment advocates was to discuss strategies for working to eliminate corporal punishment and all forms of violence against children. Papers were provided to Dr. Miller before the meeting to give her an idea of how the participants understood and utilized her work.

6. Lucien Lombardo, Lombardo - Presentation - Guns, Gangs and Violence.pdf PRESENTED AT EDUCATIONAL POLICY CONFERENCE SPONSORED BY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY AT THE MARRIOT HOTEL NORFOLK, VIRGINIA APRIL 7, 1992

7. Words Not to Live By.pdf This little pamphlet was prepared for IN SUPPORT of CHILDREN's 2nd Child Abuuse Prevention Fair in 1996. WHen It was presented to a group of parents, they agreed that not saying the WORDS NOT TO LIVE BY would help them not hit children. But they became very confused. They then asked "WHAT SHOULD WE DO?" I said, not your talking, now comes the hard part, now you have work with your children in different ways from your standard responses. We then discussed "WORDS TO LIVE BY!" and the audience started to feel more confortable that they had a start on positive parenting!!