Dr. Ida Johnson

Professor Emeritus


  • PhD., Criminology. Florida State University, 1987
  • M.S., Criminal Justice. The University of Alabama, 1983
  • B.S., Criminal Justice, Alabama State University, 1981

Research Areas

  • Domestic Violence
  • Women on Parole
  • School Violence
  • Date Rape
  • Women and Crime

Selected Publications

Johnson, I. M, Sigler, R., & Morgan, E. (2007). “Age of Greatest Risk for
Victimization by Forced Sexual intercourse: Vulnerability of High School
Women.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 35(6), 622-629.
Lichtenstein, B. & Johnson, I. M. (2009). “Older African American

Women and Barriers to Reporting Domestic Violence to Law
Enforcement in the Rural Deep South.” Women and Criminal Justice,
19(4), 286-305.

Johnson, I. M., & E. Morgan. (2009). “Victims’ Impact Statements: Fairness to the
Defendants.” In L. Morarity (Ed.), Controversies in Victimology. Matthew Bender &
Company. Newark, NJ.

Johnson, I. M. (2014). “Economic Impediments to Women’s Success on Parole:
We Need Someone on Our Side.” The Prison Journal. DOI: 10.1177/00328855145377

Johnson, I. M. (2015). “Women Parolees’ Perceptions of Parole Officers and Parole
Experiences.” American Journal of Criminal Justice. DOI: 10.1007/S12103-014-9284-0