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  • Longitudinal associations between delinquency, depression and anxiety symptoms in adolescence : testing the moderating effect of sex and family socioeconomic status 

    Fontaine, Nathalie; Brendgen, Mara; Vitaro, Frank; Boivin, Michel; Tremblay, Richard Ernest; Côté, Sylvana (Elsevier, 2018-09-25)
    Purpose To examine the cross-lagged associations between delinquency (nonviolent and violent), depression and anxiety symptoms in adolescence and to test the moderating effect of sex and family socioeconomic status (SES). Methods Participants ...
  • Enhancing relationships between criminology and cybersecurity 

    Dupont, Benoît; Whelan, Chad (SAGE, 2021-03-27)
    ‘Cybercrime’ is an umbrella concept used by criminologists to refer to traditional crimes that are enhanced via the use of networked technologies (i.e. cyber-enabled crimes) and newer forms of crime that would not exist without networked technologies ...
  • Enhancing the effectiveness of cybercrime prevention through policy monitoring 

    Dupont, Benoît (Routledge, 2019-12-13)
    This article examines the feasibility of designing and implementing a cybercrime prevention monitoring approach to enhance the quality of knowledge about policies that aim to reduce the prevalence and impact of online harms. Despite very significant ...
  • Countering distrust in illicit online networks : the dispute resolution strategies of cybercriminals 

    Dupont, Benoît; Lusthaus, Jonathan (SAGE, 2021-03-05)
    The core of this paper is a detailed investigation of the dispute resolution system contained within Darkode, an elite cybercriminal forum. Extracting the dedicated disputes section from within the marketplace, where users can report bad behaviour ...
  • Les caractéristiques individuelles, de l'événement criminel et de l'enquête criminelle en matière d'homicides sexuels sériels et non-sériels 

    James, Jonathan (2020-12-16)
    Au cours des trois dernières décennies, plusieurs modèles théoriques de l’homicide sexuel ont été proposés. Ces modèles ont suggéré qu’il existe une diversité de facteurs associés à la commission d’un ou de plusieurs homicides sexuels, notamment des ...
  • Être visible sur et par internet : le cas de l'État islamique 

    Crosset, Valentine (2020-12-16)
    Cette thèse porte sur la visibilité de groupes qualifiés d’extrémistes sur internet. Si plusieurs études ont décrit les différents usages des technologies numériques par des groupes radicaux et la manière dont internet serait un catalyseur de radicalisation, ...
  • Ofending frequency and responses to illegal monetary incentives 

    Nguyen, Holly; Loughran, Thomas A.; Morselli, Carlo; Ouellet, Frédéric (Springer, 2021-02-02)
    Objectives We examine how responsive offenders are to illegal monetary incentives. We draw from rational choice theory, prospect theory, and models of labor supply to develop expectations regarding the relationship between criminal efficiency, which ...
  • Les réseaux sociaux comme prédicteurs de la criminalité urbaine 

    Da Silva, Simon (2019-04-30)
    La présente étude tente de déterminer l’importance d’analyser les crimes à des niveaux spatiaux et temporels de plus en plus précis. Aussi, une nouvelle source de données issue des réseaux sociaux, les tweets, est utilisée afin de prédire la répartition ...
  • Diverse perspectives on interdisciplinarity from the Members of the College of the Royal Society of Canada 

    Cooke, Steven J.; Nguyen, Vivian M.; Anastakis, Dimitry; Scott, Shannon D.; Turetsky, Merritt R.; Amirfazli, Alidad; Hearn, Alison; Milton, Cynthia E.; Loewen, Laura; Smith, Eric E.; Norris, D. Ryan; Lavoie, Kim L.; Aiken, Alice; Ansari, Daniel; Antle, Alissa N.; Babel, Molly; Bailey, Jane; Bernstein, Daniel M.; Birnbaum, Rachel; Bourassa, Carrie; Calcagno, Antonio; Campana, Aurélie; Chen, Bing; Collins, Karen; Connelly, Catherine E.; Denov, Myriam; Dupont, Benoît; Georgea, Eric; Gregory-Eaves, Irene; High, Steven; Hill, Josephine M.; Jackson, Philip L.; Jette, Nathalie; Jurdjevic, Mark; Kothar, Anita; Khairy, Paul; Lamoureux, Sylvie A.; Ladner, Kiera; Landry, Christian R.; Légaré, François; Nadia, Lehoux; Leuprecht, Christian; Lieverse, Angela R.; Luczak, Artur; Mallor, Mark L.; Manning, Erin; Mazalek, Ali; Murray, Stuart J.; Newman, Lenore L.; Oosterveld, Valerie; Potvin, Patrice; Reimer-Kirkham, Sheryl; Rowsel, Jennifer; Stacey, Dawn; Tighe, Susan L.; Vocadlo, David J.; Wilson, Anne E.; Woolford, Andrew (NRC Research Press, 2020)
    Various multiple-disciplinary terms and concepts (although most commonly “interdisciplinarity”, which is used herein) are used to frame education, scholarship, research, and interactions within and outside academia. In principle, the premise of ...
  • Rethinking incarcerated women's leisure as subjected to coercive and normative prison missions 

    Marcoux Rouleau, Alexis (Frontiers Media, 2020-11-23)
    Leisure is commonly understood as contributing to well-being; this is especially appealing when considering multiply marginalized populations such as incarcerated women. However, leisure is not impervious to cooptation by less benevolent social ...

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