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- Amanda Farrell is a doctoral candidate and adjunct instructor at Old Dominion University. She earned her MSc in Investigative Psychology from the University of Liverpool and her MA in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Sam Houston State University. Her work has been published in Homicide Studies, the Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, and International Criminal Justice Review.
- University of Liverpool,
Major: Investigative Psychology
- Sam Houston State University,
Major: Criminal Justice and Criminology
- Marymount University,
Major: Criminal Justice and Sociology (Double Major)
- • Policing, specifically Use of Deadly Force, Officer Survivability, Officer Resilience and Officer Wellness
• Criminal Investigations, specifically Homicide Investigations, Female Serial Murderers, Offender Classification and Crime Assessment, and Forensic Science
• Drugs and Drug Policy, specifically Policy Intersections with Gender, Race and Class, and Media Portrayals of Drug Users
• Qualitative Research Methods and Mixed Methods Research Design
- Farrell, A., Keppel, R. D., and Titterington, V. B. Lethal ladies: Revisiting what we know about female serial murderers. Homicide Studies, 15 (3), (pp. 228-252).
- Farrell, A., Keppel, R. D., and Titterington, V. B. Testing existing classifications of serial murder considering gender: An exploratory analysis of solo female serial murderers. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 10 (3), (pp. 268-288).
- Collins, V., Farrell, A., Martin, F., Mckee, J., and Monk-Turner, E. The State of Coverage: The Media's Representation of International Issues and State Crime. International Criminal Justice Review, 21 (1), (pp. 5-21).