2 edition of Perceptions of personal security found in the catalog.
Perceptions of personal security
Charles Arthur Willard
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Charles A. Willard, Kent P. Dauten.|
|Series||Contemporary issues series|
|Contributions||Dauten, Kent P., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RA418.3.U6 W54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||77078275|
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With the spread of digital technologies, however, data from social media and search engines could now help researchers learn more about people’s subjective perceptions of certain types of crime.
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iROC - Investigating Research on Campus. Please be with us March 9th when Stephen Cheskiewicz, Division of Math and Information Technology, will present User Perceptions of Information Security: A Multinational Perspective.
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The present paper focuses on analyzing port users' attitudes and perceptions regarding security threats, as well as modeling the travelers' choice of port under alternative security scenarios.
A methodology is developed aiming to identify the interrelationship between the causal factors of attitudes and perceptions and port choice. Perceptions. 2, likes. lowers: K. According to Assembly Bill No. “personal information” is, once again, the combination of information that includes a first name and last name (or first initial and last name), plus a Social Security number, driver’s license number, credit card number and corresponding security number, and medical information and health information.
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categories affecting perceptions of school safety. The research done has also helped to determine which of these factors have a higher correlation to perceptions of school safety. Personal characteristics include age and gender. A number of factors, including location of the students and age ranges considered, may affect the perception of safety at.
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Grinch. to choose our personal perceptions. Will is defined by Webster as follows: to determine by an act of choice; the mental powers manifested as wishing, choosing, desiring, or intending. When we are aware that we can choose our perceptions, we empower ourselves to live consciously and, through our thoughts and imagination, we can choose how we.
Book Review Perceptions of the Self. Review_Author: Maureen Manning Book_Author: Susan Harter Book_Title: The Construction of the Self: A Developmental Perspective Reference: ; New York; Guilford Date: 5/7/00 Time: PM Remote Name: email.
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Clearly a “basket” of indicators is called for. Yet personal security cannot be reduced to all things for all people. For example, personal security is distinct from “food” or “job” security, which often emerges in the context of acute poverty and inequality.
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Considering the diversification of social media, growing accessibility of SNSs on mobile devices (e.g. cell phones, tablets, and watches), and increasing levels of personal information exchange in today’s virtual climate, it is also possible that the relationships between (1) SNS use and perceptions of privacy as proposed in H1 and (2 Cited by: