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From the Publisher"Kirwan and Power have produced a truly contemporary text that shines a very bright and critical light on the relatively unexplored area of cybercrime. From the borderlands of terrestrial and cybercrime to the new world of virtual crime, this current and rapidly expanding area of academic concern is made accessible and critically comprehensible in both its new concepts and language."
—Dr. David A Holmes, Manchester Metropolitan University
"An excellent resource for behavioral scientists, lawyers and technologists alike. This will have a prominent place in my reference library."
—Dr. Marcus Rogers, Purdue University
"Kirwan and Power have put together an excellent collection of chapters on the psychology of cybercrime. They provide a good mix of empirical and theoretical work which would be a useful text for any student studying the topic."
—Professor Monica Whitty, University of Leicester