James Hawdon Guest-Edited American Journal of Criminal Justice Special Issue, Four Faculty Members Contributed
January 1, 2022
Five College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences faculty members contributed to a special issue of the American Journal of Criminal Justice on cybercrime, 46.6 (2021), whose guest editor was James Hawdon, a professor in the Department of Sociology. Hawdon’s individual contribution to the issue was “Cybercrime: Victimization, Perpetration, and Techniques,” 837–42. Other contributors were: Thomas Dearden and Katalin Parti, both assistant professors in the Department of Sociology, “Cybercrime, Differential Association, and Self-Control: Knowledge Transmission through Online Social Learning,” 935–55; Ashley Reichelmann, also an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, “When Patriot Becomes Hate-triot: The Relationship between American Identity and the Production of Cyberhate,” 956–79, with Matthew Costello; and Eric Jardine, an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, “Policing the Cybercrime Script of Darknet Drug Markets: Methods of Effective Law Enforcement Intervention,” 980–1005.