This new textbook offers a systematic introduction to a wide array of cybercrimes, exploring their diversity and the range of possible responses to them. Combining coverage of theoretical perspectives with more technical...Show More
This new textbook offers a systematic introduction to a wide array of cybercrimes, exploring their diversity and the range of possible responses to them. Combining coverage of theoretical perspectives with more technical knowledge, the book is divided into ten chapters which first lay the foundations of the topic and then consider the most important types of cybercrimes – from crimes against devices to political offences – before finally exploring ways to prevent, disrupt, analyse and better comprehend them. Examples from several countries are included, in the attempt to show how crime and deviance in cyberspace are truly global problems, with different countries experiencing comparable sets of challenges. At the same time, the author illustrates how these challenges manifest themselves differently, depending on the socio-legal culture of reference.
This text offers an accessible introduction to the topic for all those studying cybercrimes at undergraduate or postgraduate level. Whether students approach the topic from a criminological, legal or computer science perspective, this multidisciplinary approach of this text provides a common language to guide them through the intricacies of criminal and deviant behaviours in cyberspace.Show Less
- A comprehensive yet accessible introduction to the subject, covering a wide range of crimes, including those that take place in cyber space and those in the real world that are facilitated by digital technologies.
- An interdisciplinary approach combining perspectives from criminological theory with up-to-date technical knowledge.
- A global perspective, featuring case studies from across the world to highlight the transnational nature of cybercrime.
2. Outlining cybercrimes
3. Theorising cybercrimes
4. Crimes against devices
5. Crimes against persons
6. Crimes of deception and coercion
7. Market-based crimes and crimes against property
8. Political offences
9. Disrupting cybercrimes and the need for crime prevention
10. Cybercrimes Research and the Future of Cybercrimes.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
- Cybercrimes Anita Lavorgna
- Hooligan Geoffrey Pearson
- Why Punish? Rob Canton
- Penology Karen Harrison
- The Criminology and Criminal Justice Companion Sue Robinson, Tracy Cussen
- Crime and Society Frances Heidensohn
- The Politics of Crime and Community Gordon Hughes
- The Innocent and the Criminal Justice System Michael Naughton
- Our Violent World Kevin McDonald
- Researching Crime Chris Crowther-Dowey, Peter Fussey
- Crime and Social Theory Eamonn Carrabine
- Crime and the Media Sarah E.H. Moore