alexa Abstract | New Media, Crime Engineering and the Cost of Technological Innovation in the e-Environment
ISSN: 2375-4435

Sociology and Criminology-Open Access
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Scientifically, nations of the world are benefiting and will continue to appropriate the opportunities that computer cum Internet revolution offer; since this had occasioned the flatness in access to both information and products that seemed hitherto impossible. However, despite the advantages attributable to technological breakthroughs in the field of science, the global community is yet to recover from the manifest functions closely knitted with major unfolding scenario and part of which is located in e-crime and other deviant behaviors affecting e-relationship. Consequently, this paper attempts the evaluation of the negative impact of the Internet technology from the context of crime mostly emanating from the young people. It also establishes a linkage between scientific and crimogenic breakthroughs in the global community and finally presents an advocacy for a more safe science that is capable of minimizing and monitoring the effect of its uses.

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Author(s): Ajibade Ebenezer Jegede, Adenike Esther Idowu, Elizabeth Ibukunoluwa Olowookere and Bankole Robert Olorunyomi


New media, Science, Technology, Internet, Cyber fraud,Innovation, Young people, Child and Family Protection, Community Based Corrections, Conflict Resolution, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Developmental Theories of Crime, Environmental Sociology, Organized Crime,Racial Discrimination, Restorative Justice, Sex Offending,Social Movements, Social Policy, Sociology, Women and Crime, Women Harassment, Analytical Sociology, Popular culture, Secondary socialisation, Economics, Social and global media

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