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International Journal of Smart Education and Urban Society

October 2018 Volume 9, Number 4

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Emotional Acumen on the Propensity of Graduating Technology Students to Whistle-Blow About Organizational Cyber Security Breaches

    Darrell Burrell, The Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, United States; Nimisha Bhargava & Mani Madala, National institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai, India

    Emotional acumen is relatively a new concept compared to the other decision-making variables in the existing literature. Comprehending the procedure in which the individuals captivate themselves in... More

    pp. 1-14

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  2. Forensic Technologies in the Courtroom: A Multi-Disciplinary Analysis

    Vincenzo Sainato & Jessica Giner, City University of Seattle, Seattle, United States

    Forensic animation is the use of digital animation technologies to recreate or simulate an event for use as probative evidence in a court proceeding. Acceptance by courts of this technology varies ... More

    pp. 15-28

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  3. Toward a Model for Ethical Cybersecurity Leadership

    Marisa Cleveland, Northeastern University, Boston, United States; Tonia Spangler, Florida SouthWestern State College, Fort Myers, United States

    With no clear model for ethical cybersecurity leadership, the field of cybersecurity is largely unregulated. The advances in technology and the Internet of Things come at a price—security. Since... More

    pp. 29-36

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  4. Why We Disclose Personal Information Despite Cybersecurity Risks and Vulnerabilities: Obligatory Passage Point Perspective

    Patrick Offor, City University of Seattle, Seattle, United States

    Is it fair to say that the disclosure of personal information, in an online setting, is voluntary or due to incentivization, cognitive risk-benefit analysis, cognitive predisposition, or based on... More

    pp. 37-52

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  5. Organizational Resilience Approaches to Cyber Security

    David Gould, City University of Seattle, Seattle, United States

    This article includes a perspective on cyber security through the lens of the World Economic Forum Resilience Framework. As cyber threats are a continual threat to organizations, it may be useful... More

    pp. 53-62

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  6. Promotion of Positive Behaviour and Social Emotional Development in Institutional Care: The Case of One Home-Shelter in Latvia

    Linda Daniela, Dita Nimante & Baiba Martinsone, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia

    Personnel working in institutional care have the important role of providing for the development of children who have experienced the trauma of being separated from their families. Personnel need... More

    pp. 63-76

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  7. Crafts and Home Economics Studies Abroad: Student Identified Differences and Suggestions for Teacher Education in Latvia

    Māra Urdziņa-Deruma & Lolita Šelvaha, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia

    The purpose of this article is to research and analyze the differences students have noted in foreign programmes and suggest ways to development the crafts and home economics teacher education... More

    pp. 77-89

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  8. Young Children's Engagement With Digital Technologies in the Family Context: A Case of Lithuania

    Vilmantė Liubinienė & Ramunė Kasperavičienė, Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania

    Although more and more children engage in daily online activities with digital technologies, the roles that online technologies play in children's lives are still understudied. This article aims at... More

    pp. 90-101

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