Thomas J. Holt
Thomas J. Holt
School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University
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Examining the applicability of lifestyle-routine activities theory for cybercrime victimization
TJ Holt, AM Bossler
Deviant Behavior 30 (1), 1-25, 2008
3972008
On-line activities, guardianship, and malware infection: An examination of routine activities theory.
AM Bossler, TJ Holt
International Journal of Cyber Criminology 3 (1), 2009
3262009
Exploring stolen data markets online: products and market forces
TJ Holt, E Lampke
Criminal Justice Studies 23 (1), 33-50, 2010
2532010
An assessment of the current state of cybercrime scholarship
TJ Holt, AM Bossler
Deviant Behavior 35 (1), 20-40, 2014
2512014
Subcultural evolution? Examining the influence of on-and off-line experiences on deviant subcultures
TJ Holt
Deviant Behavior 28 (2), 171-198, 2007
2512007
Bullying victimization and adolescent mental health: General and typological effects across sex
MG Turner, ML Exum, R Brame, TJ Holt
Journal of Criminal Justice 41 (1), 53-59, 2013
2282013
Low self-control, deviant peer associations, and juvenile cyberdeviance
TJ Holt, AM Bossler, DC May
American Journal of Criminal Justice 37 (3), 378-395, 2012
2252012
The effect of self-control on victimization in the cyberworld
AM Bossler, TJ Holt
Journal of Criminal Justice 38 (3), 227-236, 2010
2122010
Examining sex work from the client's perspective: Assessing johns using on-line data
TJ Holt, KR Blevins
Deviant Behavior 28 (4), 333-354, 2007
2112007
Considering the pedophile subculture online
TJ Holt, KR Blevins, N Burkert
Sexual Abuse 22 (1), 3-24, 2010
1862010
Predicting online harassment victimization among a juvenile population
AM Bossler, TJ Holt, DC May
Youth & Society 44 (4), 500-523, 2012
1842012
Examining the virtual subculture of johns
KR Blevins, TJ Holt
Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 38 (5), 619-648, 2009
1622009
Cybercrime in progress: Theory and prevention of technology-enabled offenses
T Holt, A Bossler
Routledge, 2015
1612015
A crime script analysis of the online stolen data market
A Hutchings, TJ Holt
British Journal of Criminology 55 (3), 596-614, 2015
1572015
Examining the social networks of malware writers and hackers.
TJ Holt, D Strumsky, O Smirnova, M Kilger
International Journal of Cyber Criminology 6 (1), 2012
1472012
Examining the forces shaping cybercrime markets online
TJ Holt
Social Science Computer Review 31 (2), 165-177, 2013
1442013
Cybercrime and digital forensics: An introduction
TJ Holt, AM Bossler, KC Seigfried-Spellar
Routledge, 2017
1392017
Social learning and cyber-deviance: Examining the importance of a full social learning model in the virtual world
TJ Holt, GW Burruss, AM Bossler
Journal of Crime and Justice 33 (2), 31-61, 2010
1342010
Transferring subcultural knowledge on-line: Practices and beliefs of persistent digital pirates
TJ Holt, H Copes
Deviant Behavior 31 (7), 625-654, 2010
1302010
Framing dependencies introduced by underground commoditization
K Thomas, D Huang, D Wang, E Bursztein, C Grier, TJ Holt, C Kruegel, ...
1162015
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