Ingrid Diane Johnson, Ph.D.Assistant Professor
EducationPh.D. (Criminal Justice), Temple University, 2018
BiographyIngrid Diane Johnson is an assistant professor in the Justice Center. Raised in Delta Junction and Fairbanks in Interior Alaska, Dr. Johnson received her B.A. in Justice from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and completed both an M.A. and Ph.D. in Criminal Justice at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. The focus of much of Dr. Johnson’s research is on help-seeking among survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence and sexual assault, and how formal and informal networks can improve those processes. Dr. Johnson's research at Temple University included rural and urban differences in relation to criminal justice, and access to substance abuse treatment for individuals involved in the criminal justice system. Dr. Johnson is working in partnership with the Alaska Department of Public Safety as the principal research investigator for the Alaska Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (AK-SAKI).
"Female Intimate Partner Violence Survivors’ Experiences with Disclosure to Informal
Network Members" by Ingrid Diane Johnson and Steven Belenko. Journal of Interpersonal Violence: (2019).
Survivor Experiences with Intimate Partner Violence and Disclosure to Informal Network Members by Ingrid Diane Johnson. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Criminal Justice, Temple University, 2018. Available from ProQuest Dissertations Publishing (10749621).
"Probation Staff Attitudes toward Substance Abuse Treatment and Evidence-Based Practices" by Steven Belenko, Ingrid Diane Johnson, Faye S. Taxman, and Traci Rieckmann. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(2): 313–333 (Feb 2018).
"Reject Any Normalization of Sexual Violence" (opinion) by Ingrid Diane Johnson. Alaska Dispatch News, 19 Jan 2017.
"Rural Location and Relative Location: Adding Community Context to the Study of Sexual Assault Survivor Time until Presentation for Medical Care" by Ingrid Diane Johnson and Matthew L. Hiller. Journal of Interpersonal Violence: 1–23 (2016).
"Keeping the Case Open: Responding to Dejong and Blanchette’s 'Case Closed' on the Minimum Legal Drinking Age in the United States" by Joseph R. Pitts, Ingrid Diane Johnson, and Jillian L. Eidson. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 75(6): 1047–1049 (Nov 2014).