Dr Fawn Ngo inspires us to be more precise in the application of routine activities theory to cybercrime, and opens our eyes to a group that may have been overlooked and left without the knowledge they need to be protected agains cybercrime.
About our Guest:
Dr Fawn Ngo
Papers Mentioned in this Episode:
Ngo, F. T., & Paternoster, R. (2011). Cybercrime victimization: An examination of individual and situational level factors. International Journal of Cyber Criminology, 5(1), 773.
Ngo, F. T., Piquero, A. R., LaPrade, J., & Duong, B. (2020). Victimization in Cyberspace: Is It How Long We Spend Online, What We Do Online, or What We Post Online?. Criminal Justice Review, 45(4), 430-451.
The intro from this week was from the Prelinger archives and drew from an 1940s encyclopedia britannica film about immigration, and a Folgers coffee commercial.