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Cross-Sectional Survey of Cybercriminology – November 2019

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posted on 2023-12-15, 15:33 authored by Thomas DeardenThomas Dearden, Katalin PartiKatalin Parti, James HawdonJames Hawdon
This survey is part of a series of cross-sectional online polls. The series begins in 2019. Questions focus around three main areas, cyberoffending, cybervictimization, and criminology. Demographic and other computer use questions are also included.


The Institute for Culture, Society, and Environment at Virginia Tech

The Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention at Virginia Tech. Grant number 105-19

The Integrated Security Destination Area at Virginia Tech



University Libraries, Virginia Tech


U.S. Based online survey

Corresponding Author Name

Thomas Dearden

Corresponding Author E-mail Address

Files/Folders in Dataset and Description

Survey 2018.pdf: Survey in PDF format General+Cybercriminology+Survey+2019_November+22,+2021_08.19.csv – CSV Dataset, direct export of data using text General+Cybercriminology+Survey+2019_November+29+2021_clean.dta – SPSS Dataset, direct export of data using data labels – This is the recommended file for importing into other programs (e.g., R, Stata, etc.) General+Cybercriminology+Survey+2019_November+29+2021_clean.sav- This is a Stata data file. Import was created using SPSS. The same file would be created by importing the SPSS dataset using Stata’s import function. 2019 Longitudinal Survey of Cybercriminology Codebook.pdf: Codebook including frequency distribution for each question.