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by Matthew Williams

Author: Matthew Williams
Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (July 25, 2006)
Pages: 208 pages
Category: Technologies and Computers
Rating: 4.8
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Virtually Criminal, by Matthew Williams, contributes to a growing body of scholarly . Chapter Five offers a typology of online deviance and provides statistical data on the prevalence of these acts in Cyberworlds.

Virtually Criminal, by Matthew Williams, contributes to a growing body of scholarly literature looking to explain online behavior. Such work is of increasing importance given the millions of people who regularly use the Internet for business and entertainment purposes. In the first chapter, Williams lays out the structure of the book, introduces Cyberworlds as the domain of study, and briefly discusses the evolution of graphically represented online communities.

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extent of the qualitative work undertaken is fascinating and genuinely impressive'. moving beyond criminological theory into discussions of the information society, technology and virtual communities'.

Matthew Williams, Virtually Criminal: Crime, Deviance and Regulation Online, (Routledge, 2006). virtual crimes (Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace, Basic Books, 2006). Yvonne Jewkes & Majid Yar, ed. Handbook of Internet Crime, n10 above.

Virtually Criminal - eBook. Amidst the sensationalist claims about the dangers of the Internet, Virtually Criminal provides an empirically grounded criminological analysis of deviance and regulation within an online community. It integrates theory and empiricism to forge an explanation of cybercrime whilst offering new insights into online regulation.

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Amidst the sensationalist claims about the dangers of the Internet, Virtually Criminal provides an empirically grounded criminological analysis of deviance and regulation within an online community. It integrates theory and empiricism to forge an explanation of cybercrime whilst offering new insights into online regulation.

One of the first studies to further our understanding of the causes of cyber deviance, crime and its control, this groundbreaking study from Matthew Williams takes the Internet as a site of social and cultural (re)production, and acknowledges the importance of online social/cultural formations in the genesis and regulation of cyber deviance and crime.

A blend of criminological, sociological and linguistic theory, this book provides a unique understanding of the aetiology of cybercrime and deviance. Focus group and offence data are analyzed and an interrelationship between online community, deviance and regulation is established.

The subject matter of the book is inherently transnational. It makes extensive use of a number of international case studies, ensuring it is relevant to readers in multiple countries (especially the US, the UK and Australasia). Pioneering and innovative, this fascinating book will be of interest to students and researchers across the disciplines of sociology, criminology, law and media and communication studies.