Robin Mansell, Brian S Collins (eds)
Edward Elgar (January 2005)
This fascinating book gathers together an enviable range of experts from a variety of disciplines to study trust and crime online. It provides a critical discussion on the prospects of the internet and on the future of crime and crime prevention. It also presents a realistic vision of the implications and uncertainties of future developments in cyberspace, and identifies the key issues affecting the way in which today's complex information societies are evolving.
Contributors include: N Allum, J Backhouse, A Bener, J Cave, N Chauvidul-Aw, BS Collins, WH Dutton, G Gaskell, J Jackson, NR Jennings, C Jones, R Mansell, K O'Hara, F Piper, CD Raab, SD Ramchurn, B Randell, MJB Robshaw, MA Sasse, S Schwiderski-Grosche, N Shadbolt, A Shepherd, WE Steinmueller, F Wamala, R Willson.
Professor Robin Mansell is Dixons Chair in New Media and the Internet, Department of Media and Communications, LSE
Brian S Collins is professor and head of the Department of Information Systems, Royal Military College of Science, Cranfield University
For more information on this publication and to order the book from the publishers, visit www.e-elgar.co.uk