Prevention of Cyberstalking: A Review of the Literature

This section contains only peer reviewed research that is related to your particular topic. I want to make it very clear, you should choose a topic that has many peer reviewed research articles for you to use. Do not choose something abstract where you cannot find anything. This is VERY important. Peer reviewed research articles are those that appear in criminal justice or public policy related journal articles that have passed a rigorous review process to validate the research contained in the article.The review process for these journals involves forwarding the research study to several researchers associated with the journal and these researchers review the study for reliability and validity, bias, proper research policies and procedures, ethical treatment of research subjects, ethical practices of the researchers, etc.If all of these and other criteria are met, the study can then be published in that journal.Most journals on the inside cover describe the submission process for researchers.This is where if you see what is described above, the article has been peer reviewed.This process is what sets peer reviewed articles apart from those found in magazines, agency publications, books, etc

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