Dr. Ida Johnson



  • Ph.D., Criminology, Florida State University, 1986
  • M.S., Criminal Justice, The University of Alabama, 1983
  • B.S., Criminal Justice, Alabama State University, 1981


Research Interests

  • Women parolees
  • Domestic violence
  • Qualitative analysis of women who kill

Selected Publications

  • Johnson, I.M. & R.T. Sigler. 1997. Forced Sexual Intercourse in Intimate Relationships. Aldershot, Hampshire:  Darmouth Publishing Company. Named as a Choice’sOutstanding Academic Book for 1997.
  • Johnson, I.M. 2014. “Women Parolees’ Perceptions of Parole Experiences and Parole Officers.” American Journal of Criminal Justice. DOI: 10.1007/s/2103-014-9824-0.
  • Johnson, I. M. 2014.  “Economic Impediments to Women’s Success on Parole:  We Need Someone on Our Side” The Prison Journal.  94(3): 365-387.
  • 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.Newark, NJ: Matthew Bender & Company.