Criminal Computer Behaviour
Size: 14×21 Cm
Publisher : Global Vision Publishing House
About the Book
This edition examines the behaviour of a criminal who engages in computer crime. It predicts that individuals involved in illicit computer activities are at a greater risk of facing differential association, differential reinforcement, and moral disengagement than non-criminals. Furthermore, it hypothesizes that the combination of these three predicts criminal computer behaviour in a more efficient manner than either variable alone. The hypotheses regarding differential association, differential reinforcement, and moral disengagement were supported. However, contrary to the predictions, the reduced model consisting of moral disengagement and differential association predict criminal computer behaviour in a better manner. Additional exploratory analyses and the implications for future research are also discussed.
About the Author
Nina Verma currently manages the academic programs and personnel of the Business Applications and IT Management department in the faculty of ICT of Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria. The department specailises in business analysis, project management, business information systems, knowledge management, ecommerce, business management, and personal and professional development of IT students/ employees, IT management and strategic management. She also lectures in the fourth year subjects on Business Management, Business Fundamentals, Information and Technology Management and Strategic Information Systems.
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