George E. Higgins
George E. Higgins
Professor of Criminal Justice
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A longitudinal assessment of the victim-offender overlap
WG Jennings, GE Higgins, R Tewksbury, AR Gover, AR Piquero
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 25 (12), 2147-2174, 2010
Potential factors of online victimization of youth: An examination of adolescent online behaviors utilizing routine activity theory
CD Marcum, GE Higgins, ML Ricketts
Deviant Behavior 31 (5), 381-410, 2010
Can low self-control help with the understanding of the software piracy problem?
GE Higgins
Deviant Behavior 26 (1), 1-24, 2004
Self-control, deviant peers, and software piracy
GE Higgins, DA Makin
Psychological reports 95 (3), 921-931, 2004
Digital piracy: An examination of three measurements of self-control
GE Higgins, SE Wolfe, CD Marcum
Deviant Behavior 29 (5), 440-460, 2008
Transactional and transformational leadership: An examination of the leadership challenge model
G F. Vito, G E. Higgins, A S. Denney
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 37 (4 …, 2014
Digital piracy: Assessing the contributions of an integrated self‐control theory and social learning theory using structural equation modeling
GE Higgins, BD Fell, AL Wilson
Criminal Justice Studies 19 (1), 3-22, 2006
An application of deterrence theory to software piracy
GE Higgins, AL Wilson, BD Fell
Journal of criminal justice and popular culture 12 (3), 166-184, 2005
A test of Gottfredson and Hirschi's general theory using structural equation modeling
JJ Gibbs, D Giever, GE Higgins
Criminal Justice and Behavior 30 (4), 441-458, 2003
Neutralizing potential and self-reported digital piracy: A multitheoretical exploration among college undergraduates
RG Morris, GE Higgins
Criminal Justice Review 34 (2), 173-195, 2009
Exploring the link between low self-control and violent victimization trajectories in adolescents
GE Higgins, WG Jennings, R Tewksbury, CL Gibson
Criminal Justice and Behavior 36 (10), 1070-1084, 2009
Prison staff and work stress: The role of organizational and emotional influences
R Tewksbury, GE Higgins
American Journal of criminal justice 30, 247-266, 2006
Criminological theory in the digital age: The case of social learning theory and digital piracy
RG Morris, GE Higgins
Journal of Criminal Justice 38 (4), 470-480, 2010
Low self-control and cybercrime: Exploring the utility of the general theory of crime beyond digital piracy
CM Donner, CD Marcum, WG Jennings, GE Higgins, J Banfield
Computers in Human Behavior 34, 165-172, 2014
Low self-control and social learning in understanding students' intentions to pirate movies in the United States
GE Higgins, BD Fell, AL Wilson
Social science computer review 25 (3), 339-357, 2007
Assessing sex experiences of online victimization: An examination of adolescent online behaviors using routine activity theory
CD Marcum, ML Ricketts, GE Higgins
Criminal justice review 35 (4), 412-437, 2010
The role of race/ethnicity and race relations on public opinion related to the treatment of blacks by the police
SL Gabbidon, GE Higgins
Police quarterly 12 (1), 102-115, 2009
Examining the original Grasmick scale: A Rasch model approach
GE Higgins
Criminal Justice and Behavior 34 (2), 157-178, 2007
I’m watching you: Cyberstalking behaviors of university students in romantic relationships
CD Marcum, GE Higgins, J Nicholson
American journal of criminal justice 42, 373-388, 2017
Battle of the sexes: An examination of male and female cyber bullying.
CD Marcum, GE Higgins, TL Freiburger, ML Ricketts
International journal of cyber criminology 6 (1), 2012
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