Session 48: VO5 -> The Investigation of Issues Concerning Computer Crime
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Belmont One
Session Chair: Xiaogang Deng, University of Massachusetts - Boston
Internet Crime: Challenges to Criminological Research and Crime Control
by: Xiaogang Deng, University of Massachusetts - Boston (Corresponding)
Computer-Related Crime Theories Tested: Self-Report Survey Findings
by: Sam McQuade, Rochester Institute of Technology (Corresponding)
Sara Berg, Rochester Institute of Technology
Fear of Computer Crime Among Internet Users
by: Peter B. Wood, Mississippi State University (Corresponding)
Abdullah Alshalan, Mississippi State University
Kent R. Kerley, Mississippi State University
The Darkness of Online Crimes Add to the Already "Dark Figures of Crime"
by: Jonas Cavileer, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Jennifer L. Gossett, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Killing Me Softly: Homicide, Suicide and Genocide in Cyberspace
by: M.R. McGuire, London Metropolitan University (Corresponding)

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