Marleen WEULEN KRANENBARG
Marleen WEULEN KRANENBARG
Assistant professor in criminology at Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam
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Friends with my future self: A longitudinal vividness intervention reduces delinquency.
JL Van Gelder, EC Luciano, M Weulen Kranenbarg, HE Hershfield
Criminology 53 (2), 158–179, 2015
622015
Offending and Victimization in the Digital Age: Comparing Correlates of Cybercrime and Traditional Offending-Only, Victimization-Only and the Victimization-Offending Overlap
M Weulen Kranenbarg, T Holt, JL van Gelder
Deviant Behavior, 2018
402018
Cyber-Offending and Traditional Offending over the Life-Course: an Empirical Comparison
M Weulen Kranenbarg, S Ruiter, JL van Gelder, W Bernasco
Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology, 1-22, 2018
13*2018
Do cyber-birds flock together? Comparing deviance among social network members of cyber-dependent offenders and traditional offenders
M Weulen Kranenbarg, S Ruiter, JL Van Gelder
European Journal of Criminology, 1477370819849677, 2019
112019
Differential reporting of mixed DNA profiles and its impact on jurists’ evaluation of evidence. An international analysis
JW de Keijser, M Malsch, ET Luining, M Weulen Kranenbarg, ...
Forensic Science International: Genetics 23, 71-82, 2016
112016
Cyber-offenders versus traditional offenders: An empirical comparison
M Weulen Kranenbarg
Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit, 2018
92018
Don’t shoot the messenger! A criminological and computer science perspective on coordinated vulnerability disclosure
M Weulen Kranenbarg, TJ Holt, J van der Ham
Crime Science 7 (1), 16, 2018
8*2018
Individual cybercrime offenders
M Weulen Kranenbarg, A van der Laan, CJ de Poot, M Verhoeven, ...
Research Agenda: The Human Factor in Cybercrime and Cybersecurity, 23-32, 2017
62017
Hoe hard is DNA-bewijs? Internationaal-vergelijkend onderzoek naar de interpretatie van DNA-profielen
M Malsch, JW de Keijser, E Luining, M Weulen Kranenbarg, D Lenssen
Nederlands Juristenblad 91, 6, 2016
52016
De menselijke factor in cybercrime (kroniek).
R Leukfeldt, M Weulen Kranenbarg
Tijdschrift voor Criminologie 59 (3), 282-290, 2017
32017
Out of control online? A combined examination of peer-offending and perceived formal and informal social control in relation to system-trespassing
T Berenblum, M Weulen Kranenbarg, D Maimon
Journal of Crime and Justice 42 (5), 616-631, 2019
22019
Online jeugdcriminaliteit en ‘verkeerde vrienden’: wanneer is de samenhang het sterkst?
Y van der Toolen, M Weulen Kranenbarg, F Weerman
Tijdschrift voor Criminologie 62 (2-3), 2020
12020
Vissen met een nieuwe hengel: een onderzoek naar betaalverzoekfraude
J Rooyakkers, M Weulen Kranenbarg
Justitiele Verkenningen 46 (2), 2020
12020
9 Contrasting cyber-dependent and traditional offenders
M Weulen Kranenbarg
The Human Factor of Cybercrime, 2019
12019
NWO Veni-project: Kiezen voor de goede kant: factoren die leiden tot niet-crimineel hacken: Artikel in NvC nieuwsbrief De Criminoloog
M Weulen Kranenbarg
2021
Cyber-dependent crime versus traditional crime: empirical evidence for clusters of offenses and related motivations
M Weulen Kranenbarg
Cybercrime in context: the human factor in victimization, offending, and …, 2021
2021
Daders van cybercriminaliteit
M Weulen Kranenbarg, F Jansen
Handboek criminele carrières en interventies: dadergroepen, achtergronden en …, 2021
2021
The challenges of empirically comparing cybercriminals and traditional criminals
M Weulen Kranenbarg
Researching Cybercrimes: Methodologies, Ethics, and Critical Approaches, 2021
2021
Cybercrime in context: the human factor in victimization, offending, and policing
M Weulen Kranenbarg, ER Leukfeldt
Springer, Cham, 2021
2021
An impressive view on profit driven cybercrime: a review of J. Lusthaus’ industry of anonymity
M Weulen Kranenbarg
Global Crime 21 (3-4), 327-331, 2020
2020
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