Jeanna M. Mastrocinque, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice
- B.A., University of Delaware
- M.A., University of Albany, State University of New York
- Ph.D., University of Albany, State University of New York
- Criminal Law
- Judicial Process
- Victimology: specific victim populations; needs and use of resources; health consequences; experiences in the criminal justice and health systems
- Criminal justice and health
- Families and friends who have lost a loved one to suicide
- Quantitative methods
- Capital Punishment
- Presidential Award, Initiatives for Women, University at Albany
- Honors Degree with Distinction, University of Delaware
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Phi Kappa Phi
- Golden Key International Honor Society
- Mastrocinque, J.M. (In press). Victim Personal Statements: An analysis of notification and utilization. Criminology & Criminal Justice.
- Stamatel, J.P. & Mastrocinque, J.M. (2011). Using NIBRS data to understand financial exploitation of the elderly: A research note. Victims & Offenders, 6(2), 117-136.
- Mastrocinque, J.M. (2010). An overview of the victims' rights movement: Historical, legislative, and research developments. Sociology Compass, 4(2), 95-110.
- Acker, J.R. & Mastrocinque, J.M. (2006). Causing death and sustaining life: The law, capital punishment, and criminal homicide victims' survivors. In J.R. Acker & D.R. Karp (Eds.), Wounds That Do Not Bind: Victim-Based Perspectives on the Death Penalty (pp. 141-160). Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.