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    • Civil Liberties V. National Security: A Study of Hispanic Students' Public Opinion 

      Alvarez, Carlos; 0000-0002-2518-5377
      The purpose of this study is to understand Hispanic students’ public opinion on whether they want to protect their civil liberties or prefer more national security to respond to terrorism. I sent an electronic survey to ...
    • Cybercrime and Facebook: An Examination of Lifestyle Routine Activity Theory 

      Morales, Kristina E
      The purpose of this study is to determine if Facebook® utilization impacts online victimization experience, and if prevention measures moderate such impact. This study primarily focuses on Facebook® users due to this social ...
    • Perceived Level Of Use Of Force By Police: The Impact Of Video Mode Of Delivery 

      Reyes, Higinio G
      Law enforcement officers have been entrusted for over 200 years to protect and serve our communities and citizens. Although this trust has been placed in the hands of our most highly braved citizens, it seems that such ...
    • Source Recruitment in the Cyber Domain 

      Alexander, Joshua Allan; 0000-0003-2989-0951
      Cyber-crime and cyber criminality are a growing threat in today’s society. As people gradually become more interconnected through technological advances, the potential for cyber-crime grows. As this issue expands into ...
    • Testing Social Bond Theory on Hispanic Youth 

      Alvarez, Carla
      Hirschi's social bond theory plays a substantial role in the explanation of juvenile delinquency. While social bond theory appears to play an important role in explaining delinquency among Non- Hispanic Whites, research ...