Jana L. Jasinski received her Ph.D. from the University of New Hampshire (1996) where she was also a National Institute of Mental Health Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the Family Research Laboratory (1997). Dr. Jasinski’s research interests are in the areas of both lethal and non-lethal interpersonal violence, substance abuse, the response of the criminal justice system to violence, and the negative consequences of child sexual assault. Her research appears in Child Abuse & Neglect, Violence and Victims, Social Science Quarterly, and Journal of Interpersonal violence. She is also the co-editor of two books: Out of the Darkness: Contemporary Perspectives on Family Violence and Partner Violence: A Comprehensive Review of 20 Years of Research.
- Intimate Partner Violence: including Risk for Victimization and Law Enforcement Response
- Geographical Patterning of Crime
- Women in Higher Education
- Community Based Applied Research
- Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
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