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She is particularly interested in the question how crime is transforming in the age of cyber and AI and how these transformations (e.g. automation) affect the applicability of criminological theories. She also dealt with this question in her PhD project "From cybercrime to cyborg crime: an exploration of high-tech cybercrime, offenders and victims through the lens of actor-network theory".
- Van der Wagen, (2018). From Cybercrime to Cyborg Crime: An Exploration of High-tech Cybercrime, Offenders and Victims through the lens of Actor-Network Theory. Doctoral thesis, University of Groningen. https://www.rug.nl/research/portal/publications/from-cybercrime-to-cyborg-crime(f3a5c5e0-ff0f-4dad-ac6c-2bc91d96a1b4).html
- Van der Wagen, W. & Pieters, W. (2015). From Cybercrime to Cyborg Crime: botnets as hybrid criminal actor-networks. British Journal of Criminology, 55(3), 578-595. https://academic.oup.com/bjc/article-abstract/55/3/578/480143
- Van der Wagen, W. (2018). The Cyborgian Deviant: An Assessment of the Hacker through Actor-Network Theory, Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology, 6(2), 157-178. https://www.jqcjc.org/documents/v6i2.pdf#page=30
- Van der Wagen, W. & Pieters, W. (2018). The hybrid victim: re-conceptualizing high-tech cyber victimization through actor-network theory. European Journal of Criminology. Doi: 10.1177/1477370818812016 https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1477370818812016