Jordana N. Navarro
2013 Ph.D. Sociology, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
2007 M.S. Criminal Justice, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
2005 B.A. Political Science, Pre-Law, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
Victimology, cybercrime, intimate partner abuse, program evaluation, methodology, and public sociology.
Peer-reviewed journal articles
2013 Navarro, J. & Jasinski, J. "Why Girls? Using Routine Activities Theory to Predict Cyberbullying Experiences between Girls and Boys." Forthcoming. Women & Criminal Justice.
2012 Navarro, J. & Jasinski, J. "Going Cyber: Using Routine Activities Theory to Predict Cyberbullying Experiences." Sociological Spectrum, 32(1), 81-94.
Peer-reviewed journal articles under review
-- Navarro, J. & Jasinski, J. "Virtual Dangers: Uncovering Characteristics of [Online] Motivated Offenders." Under review at International Journal of Cyber Criminology.
-- Navarro, J., Jasinski, J., Wick, C. "Working for Change: Empowering Employees and Employers to "Recognize, Respond, and Refer" for Intimate Partner Abuse." Under review at The Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health.
Invited book chapter
2014 Navarro, J. & Jasinski, J. Identity theft. In C. Marcum & G. Higgins (Eds.). Social networking as a criminal enterprise. CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group.
Professional Memberships & Affiliations
2013-present Junior Affiliate, UCF Women's Studies Program
2010-present American Society of Criminology
2010-present American Sociological Association
2010-present Division of Women in Crime