Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology
Dr. Jonathan Intravia started at Ball State in August of 2015. He received his Ph.D. from the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Florida State University. His research interests include criminological theory, neighborhoods and crime, youth violence, and the relationship between media consumption and attitudes related to crime and justice. His work has been published in Criminology, Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, Crime and Delinquency, and the Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Florida State University
Wolff, K. T., Intravia, J., Baglivio, M. T., & Piquero, A. R. (2018). The Protective Impact of Immigrant Concentration on Juvenile Recidivism: A Multilevel Examination of Potential Mechanisms. Crime & Delinquency, 64(10), 1271-1305.
Intravia, J., Piquero, A. R., & Piquero, N. L. (2018). The Racial Divide Surrounding United States of America National Anthem Protests in the National Football League. Deviant Behavior, 39(8), 1058-1068.
Intravia, J., Wolff, K. T., Paez, R., & Gibbs, B. R. (2017). Investigating the Relationship between Social Media Consumption and the Fear of Crime: A Partial Analysis of Mostly Young Adults. Computers and Human Behavior, 77, 158-168.
Intravia, J., Pelletier, E., Wolff, K.T., & Baglivio, M. T. (2017). Community Disadvantage, Prosocial Bonds, and Juvenile Reoffending: A Multilevel Mediation Analysis. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 15(3), 240-263.
Berg, M., Stewart, E. A., Intravia, J., Warren, P. Y., & Simons, R. (2016). Cynical Streets: Neighborhood Social Processes and Perceptions of Criminal Justice. Criminology, 54(3), 520-547.
Intravia, J., Stewart, E. A., Warren, P. Y., & Wolff, K. T. (2016). Neighborhood Disorder and Generalized Trust: A Multilevel Mediation Examination of Social Mechanisms. Journal of Criminal Justice, 46, 148-158.