Leanna Ireland is a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Sociology.
- Technologies, society, and crime
- Surveillance and privacy
- Quantitative and mixed methods
- PhD, Sociology, Virginia Tech
- Graduate Certificate in Urban Computing, Virginia Tech
- MA, Criminology and Criminal Justice Policies, University of Guelph
- BA, Psychology and Criminology, King’s University College at Western Ontario
- Ireland, L., Hawdon, J., Huang, B., & Peguero, A. (2020). Preconditions for guardianship interventions in cyberbullying: Incident interpretation, collective and automated efficacy, and relative popularity of bullies. Computers in human behavior, 113, 106506.
- Ireland, L. (2020). Predicting Online Target Hardening Behaviors: An Extension of Routine Activity Theory for Privacy-Enhancing Technologies and Techniques. Deviant Behavior, 1-17.
- Ireland, L. (2020). Who errs? Algorithm aversion, the source of judicial error, and public support for self-help behaviors. Journal of Crime and Justice, 43(2), 174-192.
- Makin, D. A., & Ireland, L. (2019). The secret life of PETs: A cross-sectional analysis of interest in privacy enhancing technologies. Policing: An International Journal.
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