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Rethinking Cybercrime: Critical Debates

Edited by: Tim Owen, Jessica Marshall

ISBN13: 9783030558437
Published: November 2021
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Paperback
Price: POA



The book provides a contemporary 'snapshot' of critical debate centred around cybercrime and related issues, to advance theoretical development and inform social and educational policy. It covers theoretical explanations for cybercrime, typologies of online grooming, online-trolling, hacking, and law and policy directions. This collection draws on the very best papers from 2 major international conferences on cybercrime organised by UCLAN. It is well positioned for advanced students and lecturers in Criminology, Law, Sociology, Social Policy, Computer Studies, Policing, Forensic Investigation, Public Services and Philosophy who want to understand cybercrime from different angles and perspectives.

Subjects:
Criminal Law
Contents:
PART I: Theoretical Explorations
Chapter 1: OWEN
Chapter 2: HANNIGAN
Chapter 3: GUINCHARD
Chapter 4: KARAGIANNOPOULOS
Chapter 5: MCLEOD and GRANT
Chapter 6; MAILLART
Chapter 7: NOBLE
PART II: Policy Implications
Chapter 8: MARSHALL
Chapter 9: TODD
Chapter 10: MUNK
Chapter 11: BELLO and GRIFFITHS
Chapter 12: SPEED.