Cyberstalking and the Electronic Leash: The Intrusive Use of Technology in Romantic Relationships: a lecture by Catherine Marcum
Dr. Catherine Marcum is an Associate Professor of Justice Studies and the Criminal Justice Curriculum Coordinator at Appalachian State University. Winner of numerous teaching and research awards, including Springer's Outstanding Article Award, her areas of teaching and research are Corrections, Cybercrime, and Victimization Issues. Some of her recent publications include a study of identity theft behavior by high school students, the sexting behavior of juveniles, routine cell phone activity and sex victimization, the victim/offender overlap in cyberbullying, and cyberstalking in the United States. She is currently the Director-at-Large to the Southern Criminal Justice association and Associate Editor of Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research.
This lecture is the first in a series on Cybercrime and Cybercontrol, sponsored by the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention. Speakers will discuss the commission of cybercrime, victimization by cybercrime, and the use of technologies in the control and prevention of crime.