Fawn Ngo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor - Criminology
Office: SMC C250
Fawn T. Ngo is an Assistant Professor of Criminology at the University of South
Florida-Sarasota/Manatee. Dr. Ngo received her Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal
Justice from the University of Maryland in 2009. Her research areas include
criminological theories, evaluative research, and quantitative methods. Her work
has appeared in Justice Quarterly, Crime and Delinquency, Journal of
Criminal Justice, International Journal of Cyber Criminology, and The American
Journal of Criminal Justice.
Ngo, Fawn T. and Raymond Paternoster (2013). “Stalking Strains,
Gender, and Legitimate Coping Strategies: A Partial Test of Broidy and Agnew’s
Gender/GST Hypotheses.” Victims & Offenders: The International Journal of
Evidence-based Research, Policy, and Practice, 8, 94-117.
Ngo, Fawn T. and Raymond Paternoster (2012). “Stalking Strains,
Concurrent Negative Emotions, and Legitimate Coping Strategies: A Preliminary
Test of Gendered Strain Theory.” American Journal of Criminal Justice.
Ngo, Fawn T. (2012). “Toward a Comprehensive Model on
Stalking Acknowledgment: A Test of Four Models.” Crime & Delinquency.
Ngo, Fawn T. and Raymond Paternoster (2011). “Cybercrime Victimization:
An Examination of Individual- and Situational-Level Factors.” International
Journal of Cyber Criminology, 5, 773-793.
Ngo, Fawn T., Raymond Paternoster, James Curran, and Doris
Layton Mackenzie (2011). "Role Taking and Recidivism: A Test of
Differential Social Control Theory." Justice Quarterly, 28,
Ngo, Fawn T., Raymond Paternoster, Francis T. Cullen,
and Doris Layton Mackenzie (2011). “Life Domains and Crime: A Test of Agnew’s
General Theory of Crime and Delinquency.” Journal of Criminal Justice,
Ngo, Fawn T. (2010). “Karen Heimer and Ross L. Matsueda: A
Theory of Differential Social Control.” In Encyclopedia of Criminological
Theory, edited by Francis T. Cullen and Pamela Wilcox. Beverly Hills, CA:
Syllabi from recent semesters. Click on Course Prefix and Number to review
Example CCJ 4933
Courses for Summer 2013
Ref # 56734
CCJ 6118 Sec: 521 Theor App
Criminal Behavior, S 9:30am-11:00am
Web-based class meets 5/18; 6/29; 7/13.
Courses for Spring 2013
Ref # 18515
CCJ 3117 Sec: 521 Theories of Criminal Behav,
Web-based class w/3 meeting dates: 01/17; 03/07; 04/25. LOC:
Ref # 16146
CCJ 3701 Sec: 521 Res Meth in Crim Justice I,
Courses for Fall 2012
Ref # 92545
CCJ 4939 Sec: 591 Senior Capstone
Seminar, R 6:00pm-8:50pm
Ref # 92541
CCJ 6706 Sec: 521 Quant Analysis Criminology
I, S 3:00pm-5:50pm
Info Web-based class w/MANDATORY on campus meeting: 9/08, 10/20,