One of the most challenging questions for criminologists is explaining how and why crime rates have plummeted. While there are many factors that explain drops… Read more »
Megan Stubbs-Richardson is an Assistant Research Professor at the Social Science Research Center of Mississippi State University (MSU). She received her Ph.D. in Sociology with a specialization in Criminology from MSU in 2018. Megan’s research interests include examining the positive and negative forces of digital and electronic media use as it relates to crime and crime prevention. Research on Google, crime prevention and target hardening was co-authored with Karissa D. Bergene, Arthur G. Cosby, and Austin K. Cosby (pictured from left to right) at MSU.
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- Has the power of the Internet been a factor in crime reduction? - 1st February 2019