Ida  Johnson


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PhD, Criminology, School of Criminology, Florida State University, 1986

MS, Criminal Justice, The University of Alabama, 1983

BS, 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.