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ChatCoder: Toward the Tracking ChatCoder: Toward the Tracking and Categorization of Internet and Categorization of Internet Predators Predators April Kontostathis Lynne Edwards Amanda Leatherman Ursinus College
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April Kontostathis Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Where are we coming from? Where are we coming from? Spring/Summer 2008 Amanda Leatherman, Ursinus class of 2009, approaches Lynne Edwards, Associate Professor of Media and Communication Studies, about a new project.
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April Kontostathis Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Summer 2009 Summer 2009 Amanda and Lynne research related work Olson, L. N., Daggs, J. L., Ellevold, B . L., & Rogers, T. K. (2007). The communication of deviance: Toward a theory of child sexual predators' luring communication . Communication Theory, 17, 231-251. Lynne and Amanda channel this project in two directions Modify the theory for the online environment Operationalize the theory
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April Kontostathis Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Original LCT Model (Olson, et. Original LCT Model (Olson, et. al) al) Gaining Access Characteristics of the perpetrator Characteristics of the victim Strategic placement Deceptive Trust Development Grooming Communicative desensitization Reframing Isolation Approach
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April Kontostathis Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Process Process Read many transcripts from Perverted-justice.com not an appealing job
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April Kontostathis Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Meanwhile … Meanwhile … I am planning a Fall 2008 Software Engineering course – looking for projects to assign to students Lynne asks if my students can build a system to find phrases in the perverted-justice transcripts … a collaboration is born!
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Where are we now?
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