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We Are Cyborgs: Developing a Theoretical Model for Understanding Criminal Behaviour on the Internet

@inproceedings{Surez2017WeAC,
  title={We Are Cyborgs: Developing a Theoretical Model for Understanding Criminal Behaviour on the Internet},
  author={Jorge Ramiro P{\'e}rez Su{\'a}rez},
  year={2017}
}
Technology has supposed a profound paradigm shift in human evolution, following Haraway’s cyborg metaphor we have forged a profound psycho-social rapport with machines. This connectivity has also brought changes in crime patterns and fostered the development of cybercrime. From a criminological perspective, this work aims to explore the role of Per-Olof Wikstroms Situational Action Theory in explaining cybercrime by including Syke and Matza’s neutralisation techniques in its formulation. The… Expand
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