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A Longitudinal Assessment of the Victim-Offender Overlap
Although research has established an offending/victimization overlap and that offenders and victims share similar characteristics, much less work has examined the longitudinal sequencing ofExpand
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can low self-control help with the understanding of the software piracy problem?
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This study examines the link that Gottfredson and Hirschi's (1990) idea of low self-control has with software piracy. Expand
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Digital Piracy: An Examination of Three Measurements of Self-Control
Research has shown a link between digital piracy and self-control. However, the research focuses on only one version of self-control theory. The purpose of the present study is to examine the linkExpand
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Does Social Learning Theory Condition the Effects of Low Self-Control on College Students' Software Piracy?
Although researchers have examined software piracy using several correlates and theories, it is not clear whether low self-control has an effect on software piracy and if social learning theory canExpand
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Potential Factors of Online Victimization of Youth: An Examination of Adolescent Online Behaviors Utilizing Routine Activity Theory
The purpose of this study was to investigate Internet usage in a sample of college undergraduates, as well as to consider their experiences with online victimization, through variables representingExpand
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Gender Differences in Software Piracy: The Mediating Roles of Self-Control Theory and Social Learning Theory
To date, researchers have shown that males are more likely to pirate software from the Internet than females (Hollinger, 1993; Hinduja, 2001, 2003). The purpose of this paper is to determine if lowExpand
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Criminological theory in the digital age: The case of social learning theory and digital piracy☆
To date, few studies had attempted to extend existing theories of crime to technology driven crimes, such as digital piracy. To address this gap in the literature, this study explored the ability ofExpand
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Digital Piracy: Assessing the Contributions of an Integrated Self‐Control Theory and Social Learning Theory Using Structural Equation Modeling
Digital piracy is an emerging white‐collar crime that requires empirical investigation. Using a nonrandom sample of 392 university undergraduates, the present study examined how self‐control theoryExpand
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Examining the Original Grasmick Scale
The original Grasmick, Tittle, Bursik, and Arneklev self-control scale is frequently used in self-control theory studies. Examining self-control requires precision in measurement. Using the RaschExpand
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Exploring the Link Between Low Self-Control and Violent Victimization Trajectories in Adolescents
Although the relationship between Gottfredson and Hirschi’s self-control theory and crime is well known in the literature, much less research has addressed the possible link of low self-control andExpand
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