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Cybercrime: April 2014

The latest crime and justice alerts are now available on our new catalogue at http://library.aic.gov.au.

Wherever possible, open access to full text documents are provided, but for licensing reasons, they cannot be given for most journal articles. Please contact your own library for any items that are not freely available - we are happy to help them with inter-library loans if needed.

For further assistance please email front.desk@aic.gov.au

Books/reports

Journal articles

  • An assessment of the current state of cybercrime scholarship / Thomas J Holt and Adam Bossler
    Deviant behavior 35(1/3) 2014: 20-40
  • Psychometric properties of the Cyberbullying Questionnaire (CBQ) among Mexican adolescents / Manuel Gamez-Guadix, Fabiola Villa-George and Esther Calvete
    Violence and victims 29(2) 2014: 232-247
  • Technology-based interpersonal victimization : predictors of patterns of victimization over time / Josephine D Korchmaros, Kimberly J Mitchell and Michele L Ybarra
    Journal of interpersonal violence 29(7) May 2014: 1297-1317
  • 'The greatest crime syndicate since the Gambinos' : a hacker critique of government, law, and law enforcement / Kevin F Steinmetz and Jurg Gerber
    Deviant behavior 35(1/3) 2014: 243-261
  • The interpersonal world of bullies : parents, peers, and partners / Colleen M Keelan, Allison M Schenk, Matthew R McNally and William J Fremouw
    Journal of interpersonal violence 29(7) May 2014: 1338-1353
  • The online dating romance scam : causes and consequences of victimhood / Tom Buchanan and Monica T Whitty
    Psychology, crime and law 20(3/4) Apr/May 2014: 261-283
  • Use of Silk Road, the online drug marketplace, in the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States / Monica Jane Barratt, Jason A Ferris and Adam R Winstock
    Addiction 109(5) May 2014: 774-783

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