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Chapter 9: The Role of the Internet in Crime and Deviance
The Role of the Internet in Crime and Deviance
Chapter 9 provides:
- A brief overview of the ways in which linked, mobile, digital technologies have revolutionized the ways in which (especially young) people communicate and interact with each other.
- Discussion of the “digital divide” and an analysis of the ways in which the Internet and World Wide Web are shaping the development of China as it moves from totalitarianism to “market authoritarianism” and partial democracy.
- A description of some of the “ordinary” cybercrimes that most frequently appear in the news.
- Reflection on the ways in which the Internet is transforming not only young people’s leisure and pleasure habits but specifically and explicitly their sexual development.
- cyberbullying 230
- cybercrime 227
- cyberspace 228
- cyberterrorism 228
- sexting ...