Roy Fenoff

Roy Fenoff
The Citadel · Department of Criminal Justice

Doctor of Philosophy

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Education
August 2008 - August 2015
Michigan State University
Field of study
  • Criminal Justice
August 2004 - August 2007
University of Wyoming
Field of study
  • Medical and Veterinary Entomology
August 2000 - May 2004
University of Georgia
Field of study
  • Criminal Justice

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Publications (18)
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Food fraud is a widespread problem that involves the act of defrauding consumers for economic gain. Food fraud incidents pose a considerable threat to the economic stability of agri-food industry as well as the health and welfare of consumers. With the increasing use of online grocery shopping, the Internet has facilitated deceptive and fraudulent...
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While the intention and participation in media and software piracy have been widely investigated, little is known concerning the determinants associated with electronic book piracy. With the adoption of e-book reader devices, Internet piracy remains a global concern that impacts multiple stakeholders, including authors, publishers, and libraries. T...
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With increasing capacity for storing and transmitting digital content via peer-to-peer networks, digital piracy remains to be a growing concern for various industries worldwide. Concurrently, young people have been at the forefront of adopting and using new technology to share or distribute information with one another. Given that the majority of e...
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The National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) released their report, Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward in 2009. The NAS Committee evaluated the forensic science community at large, and reviewed specific forensic science sub-specialties and identified issues within these disciplines that ne...
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Considering the steady and rapid growth of product counterfeiting and the damage it causes to society, it is important for criminology and criminal justice scholars to assist criminal justice officials, industry practitioners, and law makers in understanding the product counterfeiting problem and developing strategies to combat it. However, for res...
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This study is designed to examine whether parent-involved cognitive behavioral therapy (Project ASPECT) is effective in reducing recidivism of 535 youthful offenders. The ASPECT sample was disaggregated into two subgroups that emerged as (1) parents' completion (n = 185) and (2) parents' non-completion (n = 126). The comparison group (n = 224) incl...
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Product counterfeiting crimes have detrimental effects on consumers, brand owners, public health, the economy, and even national security. Over time, as product counterfeiting crimes and the response to them have evolved, U.S. federal legislation has developed and state legislation has followed suit, but with considerable variation across the state...
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Product counterfeiting has only recently emerged as an area of research interest for criminal justice and criminology scholars. As a consequence, criminological research and application of criminological theory to this phenomenon is limited at this time. This article proposes that routine activities theory provides an excellent framework for unders...
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Product counterfeiting is a large and growing crime that has many forms of victims, from consumers and corporations to governments and societies. Contributing to this growth, the Internet offers a means by which counterfeiters can easily apply their illicit trade around the globe with relative anonymity. However, little is known about the ways in w...
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Counterfeiting has historically been a problem that has received little attention in the law enforcement and academic communities, when compared to other types of crime. Nevertheless, recently, government and nongovernmental organizations have dedicated more resources in combating counterfeiting crimes by building partnerships, sharing information,...
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Standard bioassessment protocols compare macroinvertebrate communities in potentially impacted streams to communities in reference streams. However, in many landscapes ‘pristine’ reference streams may not exist and researchers may be forced to use the best available alternatives. The objective of this study was to evaluate macroinvertebrate communi...
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A Comprehensive Study of Female Offenders: Life Before, During, and After Incarceration. Martin Guevara Urbina. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, Ltd., 2008. ISBN: 978?0?398?07811?9 Hardcover US$ 62.95. ISBN: 978?0?398?07812?6 Paperback US$ 42.95. 279 pages. Restorative Justice for Niger Delta. Kekong Bisong. Antwerpenm, Belgium: Maklu...
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Described as the crime of the twenty-first century, counterfeit products threaten public health and safety, reduce jobs and tax bases, and inhibit corporate innovativeness and profitability. The production, distribution, and consumption of counterfeit pharmaceuticals represent a particularly dangerous public health risk; estimates of the numbers of...

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