Prentice Hall's Masters Series in Criminology brings the work of true masters to life for a new audience of readers, presenting brief and accessible introductions to crime and criminology topics from some of the leading scholars in criminology today. All authors in the series are true academic pioneers, and each book in the series pulls from the authors' decades of research and writing in their fields. The first and only series of its kind, Prentice Hall's Masters Series in Criminology introduces readers to the scholars and issues that are at the core of modern criminology.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - INTRODUCTION Chapter 2 - A BRIEF HISTORY OF ELECTRONIC CRIME Chapter 3 - A TYPOLOGY OF COMPUTER CRIME Chapter 4 - ELECTRONIC CRIME EXPLAINED Chapter 5 - INCIDENCE, PREVALENCE, DISTRIBUTION, & IMPACTS Chapter 6 - TRENDS IN CYBERCRIME Chapter 7 - INVESTIGATION, PROSECUTION, & SENTENCING Chapter 8 - CONCLUSION: THE FUTURE OF ELECTRONIC CRIME AND ITS CONTROL Appendix References Index