Predicting susceptibility to cyber-fraud victimhood

Abstract Purpose – This paper develops a theoretical framework to predict susceptibility to cyber-fraud victimhood. Design/methodology/approach – A survey was constructed to examine whether personality, socio-demographic characteristics, and online routine activities predicted one-off and repeat victimhood of cyber-fraud. Overall, 11,780 participants completed a survey (one-off victims, N = 728; repeat Read more…

Models of motivation in software engineering

Helen Sharp, Nathan Baddoo, Sarah Beecham, Tracy Hall, Hugh Robinson Abstract Motivation in software engineering is recognized as a key success factor for software projects, but although there are many papers written about motivation in software engineering, the field lacks a comprehensive overview of the area. In particular, several models of motivation have been proposed, but they either Read more…