Bouchard-- Martin

“Networking in Child Exploitation – Assessing disruption strategies using registrant information

Year: 2015

Liking and hyperlinking: Community detection in online child exploitation networks

Year: 2016

Criminal Careers in Cyberspace: Examining Website Failure within Child Exploitation Networks

Year: 2015

Assessing the Validity of Automated Webcrawlers as Data Collection Tools to Investigate Online Child Sexual Exploitation

Year: 2015
Subjects: Crime, Webcrawler

Global patterns of domestic cannabis cultivation: a comparison of sample characteristics and patterns of growing across eleven countries

Year: 2015
Subjects: Crime, Drugs, Economics

Production, perception, and punishment: Restrictive deterrence in the context of cannabis cultivation

Year: 2015
Subjects: Crime, Drugs

Searching for suitable homicide co-offenders among gang members

Year: 2015

A method to detect criminal organizations from police data

Year: 2016

Image is everything: Delinquent displays and social status among adolescents

Year: 2015
Subjects: Crime, Youth

An experimental test of deviant modeling

Year: 2016

The influence of positional and experienced social benefits on the relationship between peers and alcohol use

Year: 2015
Subjects: Communities, Society

Toward a Framework Understanding of Online Programs for Countering Violent Extremism

Year: 2016
Description:

Abstract: There is an emerging consensus that ideologically-based narratives play a central role in encouraging and sustaining radicalization to violence, and that preventing, arresting, or reversing radicalization requires some means – …

Lessons from conducting trans-national Internet-mediated participatory research with hidden populations of cannabis cultivators

Year: 2015
Description:

Abstract Background: Internet-mediated research methods are increasingly used to access hidden populations. The International Cannabis Cultivation Questionnaire (ICCQ) is an online survey designed to facilitate international comparisons into the relatively – …

A group-based recidivist sentencing premium? The role of context and cohort effects in the sentencing of terrorist offenders

Geography: Quebec
Year: 2015
Description:

Despite recent interest in terrorism little is known about the sentencing of terrorist offenders, and the impact of cohort effects on the sentencing patterns of offenders over the course of – …

Spreading the message digitally: A look into extremist organizations’ use of the Internet

Year: 2015
Description:

Why would a terrorist choose to utilize the Internet rather than the usual methods of assassination, hostage taking, and guerrilla warfare? Conway (2006) identified five major reasons why extremist groups – …

Terrorist and extremist organizations’ use of the internet for recruitment

Publisher: Routledge

Advances in Research on Illicit Networks

Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2015
Description:

Social network analysis finally reached a critical mass of scholars in the field of criminology. The proven track record of network theory and methods in fostering new advances in our – …

Social Networks, Terrorism, and Counter-Terrorism: Radical and Connected

Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2015
Description:

This book examines two key themes in terrorism studies, the radicalization process and counter-terrorism policies, through the lens of social networks. The book aims to show that networks should be – …

TSAS WP16-05: Assessment of the state of knowledge: Connections between research on the social psychology of the Internet and violent extremism

Publisher: TSAS
Description:

This paper seeks to answer the question: How does social psychology contribute to our understanding of the link between the Internet and violent extremism?

Timing is everything: The role of contextual and terrorism specific factors in the sentencing outcomes of terrorist offenders

Geography: Western Europe
Year: 2015
Description:

The punishment of terrorist offenders remains a relatively unexplored topic. Research is especially needed in the United Kingdom in light of the continued criminalization of terrorism-specific offences and the July – …

Toward a criminology of inmate networks.

Year: 2015

Criminal Careers in Cyberspace: Examining Website Failure within Child Exploitation Networks.

Year: 2015
Subjects: Criminology, Media

Social Networks, Terrorism, and Counter-Terrorism: Radical and Connected

Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2015

Need, connections, or competence? Criminal achievement among adolescent offenders

Year: 2013

Keeping promises: Logic models, and the design or a new classification of gang control strategies.

Year: 2013

Advances in research on illicit networks

Year: 2013

Investing in people: Social networks in the diffusion of a large-scale fraud

Year: 2013

Opportunity structures of organized crime

Year: 2013

Assessing the core membership of a youth gang from its co-offending network

Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2013

Estimating the prevalence and risks of incarceration of sexual offenders

Publisher: Wiley Online
Year: 2014

Efficacité des initiatives de contrôle des gangs de rue: Une revue systématique des recherches évaluatives

Year: 2014

TSAS WP14-01: Researching Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism through a Network Lens

Publisher: TSAS
Year: 2014
Description:

In this paper, we argue that integrating network concepts and network methods to the study of terrorism and counter-terrorism are central ingredients in bringing the field forward from theoretical, empirical, – …

Preliminary Analytical Considerations in Designing a Terrorism and Extremism Online Network Extractor

Year: 2014
Description:

It is now widely understood that extremists use the internet in attempts to accomplish many of their objectives. In this chapter we present a web-crawler called the terrorism and Extremism – …