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pdf.png Victims of cyberstalking: an exploratory study of harassment perpetrated via the internet HOT

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Bocij, P., 2003. Victims Of Cyberstalking: An Exploratory Study Of Harassment Perpetrated Via The Internet. First Monday [online], 8, (10). Available at: <http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue8_10/bocij/index.html>

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pdf.png An exploration of predatory behaviour in cyberspace: Towards a typology of cyberstalkers HOT

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McFarlane, L. and Bocij, P., 2003. An Exploration Of Predatory Behaviour In Cyberspace: Towards A Typology Of Cyberstalkers. First Monday [online], 8, (9). Available at: <http://firstmonday.org/issues/issue8_9/mcfarlane/index.html>

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pdf.png Cyberstalkling: defining the invasion of cyberspace HOT

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McFarlane L. and Bocij P., 2003. Cyberstalking: Defining the invasion of cyberspace. Forensic Update. (72), pp. 18-22

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pdf.png Cyberstalking: a new challenge for criminal law HOT

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Bocij P., Griffiths M. & McFarlane L., 2002. Cyberstalking: a new challenge for criminal law. The Criminal Lawyer. (122), pp. 3-5



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pdf.png Those who know and those who don’t: the impact of deviant knowledge, assumed authority and accidental disinformation on social research HOT

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Bocij, P., 2008. Those who know and those who don’t: the impact of deviant knowledge, assumed authority and accidental disinformation on social research. Research Institute for Health & Social Change 2008 Annual Conference, 1 - 2 July 2008. Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester



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