Conventional and Computer Crime Victimization

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Conventional and Computer Crime Victimization
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The survey focuses on experiences of digital crime victimization among the general public. It aims to estimate prevalence of computer crime victimization, its social distribution, the relationship between conventional and computer crime victimization, and individual development in victimization and its risk factors.
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Longitudinal Study
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Van Wilsem, Johan
© 2009 CentERdata
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CentERdata/MESS Project

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Computer crime victimization: Role of security software and online behavior Master thesis, Economics, Tilburg University; Angelidakis, P.
Hacking and harassment: Do they have something in common? Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice; Van Wilsem, J.A.
Individual differences and co-occurring victimization online and offline: The role of impulsivity Personality and Individual Differences, published online (November 2016); Nedelec, J.L.
Gekocht maar niet gekregen: Slachtofferschap van online oplichting nader onderzocht Tijdschrift voor Veiligheid, 9(4), pp. 16-29; Van Wilsem, J.A.
Digitale en Traditionele Bedreiging Vergeleken Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 52(1), pp. 73-87; Van Wilsem, J.A.
Coverage-bias in internetpanels Master thesis, Institute for Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Brendel, M.
‘Bought It, But Never Got It’ European Sociological Review, 29(2), pp. 168-178; Van Wilsem, J.A.
Je Geld Kwijt, en Dan? Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 4(55), pp. 360-374; Van Wilsem, J.A. et al.
Trait Impulsivity and Change in Mental Health Problems After Violent Crime Victimization Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(8), pp. 1642-1656; Kunst, M. et al.
Predictors of cybercrime victimization In R. Leukfeldt & T. J. Holt (Eds.), The Human Factor of Cybercrime (pp. 83–110); van de Weijer, S.
Connected and fearful? Exploring fear of online financial crime, internet behaviour and their relationship European Journal of Criminology, 18(2), 213–234; Brands, J., et al.
Show me the money! Identity fraud losses, capacity to act, and victims’ efforts for reimbursement In M. Weulen Kranenbarg & R. Leukfeldt (Eds.), Cybercrime in context. Crime and justice in digital society (pp. 123-136); van Wilsem, J., et al.