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Behind closed doors: The role of risky lifestyles and victimization experiences on fear of future victimization among South Korean inmates
Criminologists have long considered the extent to which victimization experiences influences fear of future victimization. As a result, some scholars have proposed risky lifestyles theory as a theoretical framework linking ...
Do moral beliefs condition the impact of low self-control on digital piracy?
Morality and low self-control can both play critical roles in rule-breaking behaviors. Yet, our understanding of the interplay between morality and low self-control offers only a limited explanation of digital piracy. Using ...
An examination of the shadow of sexual assault hypothesis among men and women in South Korea
Using a South Korean sample from 2010 National Crime Victim Survey (NCVS), the current research examined the gender differences of fear of four different types of crime testing the shadow of sexual assault thesis, which ...