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Levi, Michael, Doig, Alan, Gundur, Rajeev, Wall, David and Williams, Matthew 2017. Cyberfraud and the implications for effective risk-based responses: themes from UK research. Crime, Law and Social Change 67 (1) , pp. 77-96. 10.1007/s10611-016-9648-0

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Levi, Michael 2017. Cybercrime prevention. In: Sidebottom, Aiden and Tilley, Nick eds. Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety (2nd edition), Taylor & Francis,

Scourfield, Jonathan Bryn, Colombo, Gualtiero, Burnap, Peter, Jacob, Nina Katherine, Evans, Rhiannon Emily, Zhang, Mei, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Housley, William and Edwards, Adam Michael 2016. The response in Twitter to an assisted suicide in a television soap opera. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 37 (5) , pp. 392-395. 10.1027/0227-5910/a000377
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Burnap, Peter and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2016. Computational human and cyber security analytics for government and policy. Presented at: Data Science and Government Conference, Oxford, UK, 22 June 2016.

Bartlett, Andrew, Lewis, Jamie Thornton and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2016. Generations of inter-disciplinarity in bioinformatics. New Genetics and Society 35 (2) , pp. 186-209.
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Williams, Matthew Leighton and Tregidga, Jasmin 2016. Living in fear: homophobic hate crime in Wales. In: Osborne, Huw ed. Building Queer Wales Post-Devolution, Cardiff: University of Wales Press,

Webb, Helena, Burnap, Peter, Procter, Rob, Rana, Omer, Stahl, Bernd, Williams, Matthew, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam and Jirotka, Marina 2016. Digital wildfires: propagation, verification, regulation, and responsible innovation. ACM Transactions on Information Systems 34 (3) , 15. 10.1145/2893478

Burnap, Peter and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2016. Us and them: identifying cyber hate on Twitter across multiple protected characteristics. EPJ Data Science 5 , 11. 10.1140/epjds/s13688-016-0072-6
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Burnap, Peter, Gibson, Rachel, Sloan, Luke, Southern, Rosalynd and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2016. 140 characters to victory?: Using Twitter to predict the UK 2015 General Election. Electoral Studies 41 , pp. 230-233. 10.1016/j.electstud.2015.11.017

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Pearson, Olivia 2016. Hate crime and bullying in the age of social media. [Project Report]. Welsh Government. Available at: http://socialdatalab.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/0...
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Levi, Michael, Doig, Alan, Gundur, Rajeev, Wall, David and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2016. The implications of economic cybercrime for policing. [Project Report]. London: City of London Corporation. Available at: https://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/business/economic-...
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Williams, Matthew Leighton 2016. Cyberhate on social media in the aftermath of Woolwich: a case study in computational criminology and big data. Presented at: Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, 2016.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2016. Crime sensing with big data: the affordances and limitations of using open source communications to estimate crime patterns. Presented at: Jensen Lecture Series, Duke University, NC, US, 2016.

Williams, Matthew Leighton, Burnap, Peter and Sloan, Luke 2016. Crime sensing with big data: the affordances and limitations of using open source communications to estimate crime patterns. British Journal of Criminology 10.1093/bjc/azw031
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Williams, Matthew Leighton and Burnap, Peter 2015. Cyberhate on social media in the aftermath of Woolwich: A case study in computational criminology and big data. British Journal of Criminology 56 (2) , pp. 211-238. 10.1093/bjc/azv059
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Williams, Matthew Leighton and Burnap, Peter 2015. Combating cyber-hate on social media throughcounter-speech. Presented at: Symposium on Anti-Muslim Hate Crime, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 16 June 2015.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2015. Towards an ethical framework for using social media data in social research. Presented at: Social Research Association Workshop, Institute of Education, UCL, London, 15 June 2015.

Burnap, Peter, Rana, Omer Farooq, Avis, Nicholas John, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Morgan, Jeffrey and Sloan, Luke 2015. Detecting tension in online communities with computational Twitter analysis. Technological Forecasting & Social Change 10.1016/j.techfore.2013.04.013

Burnap, Peter and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2015. Cyber hate speech on Twitter: An application of machine classification and statistical modeling for policy and decision making. Policy & Internet 7 (2) , pp. 223-242. 10.1002/poi3.85
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Burnap, Peter and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2015. Plenary: Computational & social security analytics using Big Data. Presented at: International Conference on Computational Social Science, Helsinki, Finland, 8-11 June 2015.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Burnap, Peter 2015. Using big social data and real-time analytics to inform policy. Presented at: Policy-Making in the Big Data Era: Opportunities and Challenges, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 15-17 June 2015.

Burnap, Peter and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2015. Cyber hate speech on Twitter: an application of machine classification and statistical modeling for policy and decision making. Presented at: ICWSM Workshop on Religion and Social Media, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 26 May 2015.
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Williams, Matthew Leighton 2015. Guardians upon high: an application of routine activities theory to online identity theft in Europe at the country and individual level. British Journal of Criminology , pp. 1-28. 10.1093/bjc/azv011
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Williams, Matthew Leighton and Burnap, Peter 2015. Cyber-hate on social media in the aftermath of Woolwich. Presented at: Government Hate Crime Seminar, London, UK, 11 March 2015.

Sloan, Luke, Morgan, Jeffrey, Williams, Matthew Leighton and Burnap, Peter 2015. Who tweets? Deriving the demographic characteristics of age, occupation and social class from Twitter user meta-data. Plos One 10 (3) , e0115545. 10.1371/journal.pone.0115545
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Williams, Matthew Leighton and Burnap, Peter 2015. Economic and Social Research Council Trans-Atlantic Platform Workshop. Presented at: Digital Scholarship in the Social Sciences and Humanities: New Forms of Data for Research, Washington DC, USA, 28-29 Jan 2015.

Burnap, Peter, Rana, Omer, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam, Morgan, Jeffrey, Sloan, Luke and Conejero, Javier 2015. COSMOS: Towards an integrated and scalable service for analysing social media on demand. International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems 30 (2) , pp. 80-100. 10.1080/17445760.2014.902057
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Burnap, Peter, Gibson, Rachel, Sloan, Luke, Southern, Rosalynd and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2015. 140 characters to victory?: Using Twitter to predict the UK 2015 General Election. [Working Paper]. Cardiff University.
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Williams, Matthew Leighton and Levi, Michael 2015. Perceptions of the eCrime controllers: modelling the influence of cooperation and data source factors. Security Journal 28 (3) , pp. 252-271. 10.1057/sj.2012.47
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Webb, Helena, Jirotka, Marina, Procter, Rob, Stahl, Bernd Carsten, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Burnap, Peter and Rana, Omer Farooq 2015. Digital wildfires: hyper-connectivity, havoc, and a global ethos to govern social media. Computers and Society 45 (3) , pp. 193-201.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Sloan, Luke 2015. Gaining insights from social media data: collection, analysis and interpretation. Presented at: Supporting Human Rights Organisations to Deliver Insights From Social Media, University of Essex, UK, 2015.

Williams, Matthew and Burnap, Peter Leighton 2014. Human security analytics. Presented at: Web Science Trust Web Science Summer School, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Malaysia, 8-12 December 2014.

Burnap, Peter and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2014. Big social data analysis panel. Presented at: Web Science Trust Web Science Summer School, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Malaysia, 8-12 December 2014.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Tregidga, Jasmin 2014. Hate crime victimisation in Wales: psychological and physical impacts across seven hate crime victim-types. British Journal of Criminology 54 (5) , pp. 946-967. 10.1093/bjc/azu043
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Housley, William, Procter, Robert, Edwards, Adam Michael, Burnap, Peter, Williams, Matthew, Sloan, Luke, Rana, Omer Farooq, Voss, Alex and Greenhill, Anita 2014. Big and broad social data and the sociological imagination: a collaborative response. Big Data & Society 1 (2) 10.1177/2053951714545135

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Burnap, Peter 2014. Hate speech, tension monitoring and social media. Presented at: Wales Hate Crime Criminal Justice Board, Cardiff, Wales, 23 July 2014.

Sloan, Luke, Williams, Matthew Leighton and Burnap, Peter 2014. Deriving demographic variables from twitter data. Presented at: Office for National Statistics Big Data Project Workshop, Titchfield, England, 21 July 2014.

Burnap, Peter, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Sloan, Luke, Rana, Omer Farooq, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Knight, Vincent Anthony, Morgan, Jeffrey, Procter, R. and Voss, A. 2014. Tweeting the terror: modelling the social media reaction to the Woolwich terrorist attack. Social Network Analysis and Mining 4 , p. 206. 10.1007/s13278-014-0206-4
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Levi, Michael and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2014. Launch of the eCrime partnership mapping study. Presented at: HMG Parliamentary Information Technology Committee, London, UK, 2012.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Tregidga, Jasmin 2014. The impacts of hate crime in Wales. Presented at: Welsh Centre for Crime and Social Justice Conference, Gregynog, Powys, UK, 2012.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Wall, David S., eds. 2014. Policing cybercrime: networked and social media technologies and the challenges for policing. London: Routledge.

Burnap, Peter and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2014. Hate speech, machine classification and statistical modelling of information flows on Twitter: interpretation and communication for policy decision making. Presented at: Internet, Policy & Politics, Oxford, UK, 26 September 2014.
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Levi, Michael and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2013. Multi-agency partnerships in cybercrime reduction: Mapping the UK information assurance network cooperation space. Information Management & Computer Security 21 (5) , pp. 420-443. 10.1108/IMCS-04-2013-0027
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Sloan, Luke, Morgan, Jeffrey, Housley, William, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Edwards, Adam Michael, Burnap, Peter and Rana, Omer Farooq 2013. Knowing the Tweeters: Deriving sociologically relevant demographics from Twitter. Sociological Research Online 18 (3) , 7. 10.5153/sro.3001
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Jones, Matthew Leonard and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2013. Twenty years on: lesbian, gay and bisexual police officers' experiences of workplace discrimination in England and Walespolicing and society. Policing and Society n/a 10.1080/10439463.2013.817998
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Housley, William, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Williams, Malcolm David and Edwards, Adam Michael 2013. Special issue: Introduction. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 16 (3) , pp. 173-175. 10.1080/13645579.2013.774164

Roberts, Colin, Innes, Martin, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Tregidga, Jasmin and Gadd, David 2013. Understanding who commits hate crimes and why they do it. [Project Report]. Welsh Government.
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Edwards, Adam Michael, Housley, William, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Sloan, Luke and Williams, Malcolm David 2013. Digital social research, social media and the sociological imagination: Surrogacy, augmentation and re-orientation. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 16 (3) , pp. 245-260. 10.1080/13645579.2013.774185

Williams, Matthew Leighton, Edwards, Adam Michael, Housley, William, Burnap, Peter, Rana, Omer Farooq, Avis, Nicholas John, Morgan, Jeffrey and Sloan, Luke 2013. Policing cyber-neighbourhoods: Tension monitoring and social media networks. Policing and Society 23 (4) , pp. 461-481. 10.1080/10439463.2013.780225
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Williams, Matthew Leighton and Hudson, Kirsty Joanne 2013. Public perceptions of internet, familial and localised sexual grooming: predicting perceived prevalence and safety. Journal of Sexual Aggression 19 (2) , pp. 218-235. 10.1080/13552600.2012.705341
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Williams, Matthew Leighton and Wall, David 2013. Cybercrime. In: Hale, Chris, Hayward, Keith, Wahidin, Azrini and Wincup, Emma eds. Criminology. 3rd edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 247-266.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Tregidga, Jasmin 2013. All Wales hate crime research project: final report. [Project Report]. Race Equality First.
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Sloan, Luke, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Burnap, Peter, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael and Rana, Omer Farooq 2013. Using social media with survey data. Presented at: ESRC Seminar Series: New Social Media, New Social Science?, London, UK, 2013.

Sloan, Luke, Rob, Procter, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Burnap, Peter and Rana, Omer Farooq 2013. The Collaborative Online Social Media Observatory. Presented at: ESRC Seminar Series: New Social Media, New Social Science? Blurring the Boundaries: One Year On, London, UK, 2013.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2013. Social factors in cyber security. Presented at: Presentation: School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology, Queensland, Australia, 2013.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2013. Launch of the all Wales hate crime research findings. Presented at: All Wales Hate Crime Conference, Cardiff, UK, 2013.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2013. Partnership working in cybercrime reduction in the UK. Presented at: 3rd International Conference on Cybercrime, Security and Digital Forensics, Cardiff, UK, 2013.

Housley, William, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Burnap, Peter and Procter, Rob 2013. COSMOS: theory, method and data. Presented at: Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick, Warwick, UK, 2013.

Burnap, Peter, Housley, William, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Edwards, Adam Michael, Sloan, Luke, Rana, Omer Farooq, Procter, Rob and Voss, Alex 2013. Collaborative online social media observatory. Presented at: Web Observatory Launch, Royal Society, London, UK, 2013.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2013. Multi-agency partnerships in cybercrime reduction: mapping the cooperation space. Presented at: Presentation, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK, 2013.

Burnap, Peter, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Sloan, Luke and Rana, Omer Farooq 2013. Detecting tension in social media. Presented at: Third International Conference on Social Computing and its Applications, Karlsruhe, Germany, 30 Sept - 2 Oct 2013.

Rob, Procter, Alex, Voss, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Burnap, Peter, Rana, Omer Farooq and Sloan, Luke 2013. Enabling social media research through citizen social science. Presented at: 13th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Paphos, Cyprus, 21-25 September 2013.

Housley, William, Williams, Matthew Leighton and Edwards, Adam Michael 2013. Demonstration of pre-alpha COSMOS. Presented at: Invited Presentation, Brisbane, Australia, 2013.

Williams, Matthew Leighton, Procter, Rob, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Burnap, Peter, Sloan, Luke and Voss, Alex 2013. Collaborative online social media observatory. Presented at: COSMOS Launch, London, England, 2013.

Wall, David S. and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2013. Policing cybercrime: networked and social media technologies and the challenges for policing. Policing and Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy 23 (4) , pp. 409-412. 10.1080/10439463.2013.780222

Levi, Michael and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2012. eCrime reduction partnership mapping study: final report. [Project Report]. Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/socsi/resources/Levi%20Wi...

Burnap, Peter, Housley, William, Morgan, Jeffrey, Sloan, Luke, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Avis, Nick, Edwards, Adam Michael, Rana, Omer Farooq and Williams, Malcolm David 2012. Working paper 153: social media analysis, Twitter and the London Olympics 2012 [working paper]. [Working Paper]. Cardiff School of Social Sciences Working Paper Series, Cardiff: School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/socsi/resources/Working%2...

Williams, Matthew Leighton, Edwards, Adam Michael and Housley, William 2012. Big data and criminology. Presented at: CCLJ Postgraduate Conference on Theory and Method in Criminological Research, Cardiff, UK, 2012.

Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Burnap, Peter, Rana, Omer Farooq and Avis, Nick 2012. Supporting empirical digital social research for the social sciences. Presented at: Digital Research 2012 Conference, St Catherines College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 2012.

Williams, Matthew Leighton, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Burnap, Peter, Rana, Omer Farooq and Avis, Nick 2012. Computational and transformational social science. Presented at: Digital Social Research Experts Meeting, Keble College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 2012.

Williams, Malcolm David, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Burnap, Peter, Rana, Omer Farooq and Avis, Nick 2012. Computational social science and methodological innovation: surrogacy, augmentation or reorientation. Presented at: ESRC Seminar Series: Blurring the boundaries: New social media, new social science?, London, UK, 2012.

Williams, Matthew Leighton, Burnap, Peter, Housley, William, Edwards, Adam Michael, Rana, Omer Farooq and Avis, Nick 2012. Treating social media as data: computational sociological Methods, data analysis and the Cardiff online social media Observatory. Presented at: NCRM, Research Methods Festival, St Catherine's College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 2012.

Edwards, Adam Michael, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Housley, William, Burnap, Peter, Rana, Omer Farooq and Avis, Nick 2012. Mining tension and cohesion using the Cardiff Online Social Media Observatory. Presented at: NCRM, Research Methods Festival,St Catherine's College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 2012.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Tregidga, Jasmin 2012. Factors predicting impacts of hate crime. Presented at: Hate Crime Symposium, Cardiff Centre for Crime, Law and Justice, Cardiff, UK, 2012.

Levi, Michael and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2011. Mapping cybercrime and its control. Presented at: eCrime Reduction Partnership Business/Government Roundtable, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, London, UK, 2011.

Wall, David and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2011. Using the internet to research crime and justice. In: Davies, Pamela, Francis, Peter and Jupp, Victor eds. Doing Criminological Research, London, UK: SAGE Publications Ltd, pp. 262-280.

Vaughan, Steven and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2011. Commodifying sexuality? LGBT groups in law firms. Presented at: Law & Society Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 2-5 June 2011.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2010. Cybercrime. In: Brookman, Fiona, Maguire, Eldon Michael Waldo, Pierpoint, Harriet and Bennett, Trevor eds. Handbook on crime, Cullompton: Willan Publishing, pp. 191-213.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Tregidga, Jasmin 2010. Hate crime in Wales: A preliminary statistical analysis. Presented at: American Society of Criminology Conference, San Francisco, CA, USA, 2010.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2009. The virtual neighbourhood watch: netizens in action. In: Jewkes, Yvonne and Yar, Majid eds. Handbook of Internet Crime, Cullompton: Willan Publishing, pp. 546-560.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2009. Realism, causal analysis and dispositions. Presented at: Philosophy of the Social Sciences Roundtable, Emory University, Atlanta, USA, 20 – 22 March 2009.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2009. Deviance and governance in mataverses. Presented at: German Research Foundation Conference on Virtual Worlds and Criminality, Heidelberg, Germany, 2009.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2009. Online research: past, present and future. Presented at: School of Social Sciences Ethnography Conference, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK, 2009.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2008. Governance of virtual worlds. Presented at: Virtual Policy: 08: Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform, London, London: UK, 2008.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2008. Avatars, griefing and spoofing: deviance and governance in virtual worlds. Presented at: Invited Presentation, Sheffield, England, 2008.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Wall, D. S. 2007. Policing Diversity in the Digital Age: Maintaining Order in Virtual Communities. Criminology and Criminal Justice 7 (4) , 391 - 415. 10.1177/1748895807082064

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2007. Avatar Watching: Participant Observation in Graphical Online Environments. Qualitative Research 7 (1) , pp. 5-24. 10.1177/1468794107071408

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2007. Cybercrime on the move. In: Sharon, Kleinman ed. Displacing Place: Mobile Communication in the 21st Century, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 91-104.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Robinson, Amanda L. 2007. Homophobic hate crime in Wales: patterns, predictors and consequences. Presented at: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, London School of Economics, London, UK, 2007.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Kate, Stewart 2007. Methodological dilemmas of conducting online participant observation. Presented at: European Science Foundation EUROQUAL Digital Methods Conference, Cardiff University, 2007.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2007. Cybercrime & online methodologies. In: Roy, King and Emma, Wincup eds. Doing Research on Crime & Justice, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 455-472.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Robinson, Amanda L. 2007. Counted in! The all Wales survey of lesbian, gay and bisexual people [report]. Stonewall. Available at: http://www.stonewall.org.uk/other/startdownload.as...
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Williams, Matthew Leighton 2007. Policing and cybersociety: the maturation of regulation within an online community. Policing and Society 17 (1) , pp. 59-82. 10.1080/10439460601124858

Mason, Bruce, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Dicks, Bella and Coffey, Amanda Jane 2007. Possibilities of multimedia qualitative data archiving and sharing using eXtensible Mark-up Language (XML) [Briefing Paper]. Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.cf.ac.uk/socsi/hyper/QUADS/Briefing%20p...

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2006. Virtually criminal: crime, deviance and regulation online. London: Routledge.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2006. Findings from the 2006 Wales TUC Cymru lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender survey. [Project Report]. TUC Wales.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2006. Punishment & cybersociety: vigilantism and shaming online. Presented at: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, UK, 2006.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Robinson, Amanda L. 2006. Homophobic victimisation amongst lesbian, gay & bisexual people. Presented at: American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2006.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2006. Policing virtual communities. Presented at: ESRC Seminar Series: Community Policing in an Age of Diversity, Cardiff University, 2006.

Dicks, Bella, Mason, Bruce, Williams, Matthew Leighton and Coffey, Amanda Jane 2006. Ethnography and data re-use: issues of context and hypertext. Methodological Innovations 1 (2) , pp. 33-46. 10.4256/mio.2006.0010
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Williams, Matthew Leighton 2006. E-crime: a rapid evidence assessment. Welsh Assembly.

Stewart, Katherine Felicity and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2005. Researching online populations: The use of online focus groups for social research. Qualitative Research 5 (4) , pp. 395-416. 10.1177/1468794105056916

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2005. Policing and cybersociety: the maturation of regulation within an online community. Presented at: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Leeds University, Leeds, UK, 2005.

Williams, Matthew Leighton, Dicks, Bella, Coffey, Amanda Jane and Mason, Bruce 2004. Qualitative data sharing and reuse: mapping the ethical terrain [briefing paper]. Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.cf.ac.uk/socsi/hyper/QUADS/Briefing%20p...

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2004. Crime reduction and online vandalism: applying situational crime preventative to internet contexts. Presented at: American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Nashville, TN, USA, 2004.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2004. The virtual ethnographer: the ethical challenges of researching online environments. Presented at: ESRC Online Resources Workshop, Cathy Marsh Centre for Survey Research, Manchester University, Manchester, UK, 2004.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Robinson, Amanda L. 2004. Problems and prospects with policing the lesbian, gay and bisexual community in Wales. Policing and Society 14 (3) , pp. 213-232. 10.1080/1043946042000241811

Williams, Matthew Leighton, Mason, Bruce and Renold, Emma 2004. Using computers in qualitative research: a review of software packages. Building Research Capacity 7 , pp. 4-7.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2004. Understanding King Punisher and his order: vandalism in a virtual reality community - motives, meanings and possible solutions. Internet Journal of Criminology

Robinson, Amanda L. and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2003. Counted out: findings from the Stonewall Cymru LGB survey. [Project Report]. Stonewall.
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Kate, Robson and Williams, Matthew Leighton 2003. Re-engineering focus group methodology for the online environment. Presented at: Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, 2003.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Mike, Sutton 2003. Understanding the Order of King Punisher: vandalism in virtual reality communities. Presented at: 13th World Congress of Criminology, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 2003.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Robinson, Amanda L. 2003. Problems and prospects with policing the lesbian, gay and bisexual community. Presented at: American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Denver, CO, USA, 2003.

Williams, Matthew Leighton and Robson, Kate 2003. Re-engineering focus group methodology for the online environment. In: Johns, Mark D., Sarina Chen, Shing-Ling and Hall, John G. eds. Online Social Research: Methods, Issues & Ethics, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 25-46.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2003. Virtually criminal: the aetiology of online deviance and anxiety within online communities. In: Wall, David S. ed. Cyberspace Crime (International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice & Penology), Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 245-254.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2002. Tackling the virtual vandal: designing out crime within virtual reality communities. Presented at: American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, US, 2002.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2002. Understanding and controlling electronic vandalism: a situational crime prevention approach. Presented at: ESRC Immateriality Seminar Series, Cybercrime Research Unit, Department of Law, University of Leeds, 2002.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2001. The language of cybercrime. In: Wall, David S. ed. Crime & the Internet, Oxford: Routledge, pp. 152-166.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2000. Burdened text: linguistic subordination and harm in online communities. Presented at: American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, USA, 2000.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2000. Burdened text: linguistic subordination and harm in online communities. Presented at: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, University of Leicester, 2000.

Williams, Matthew Leighton 2000. Virtually criminal: discourse, deviance and anxiety within virtual communities. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 14 (1) , pp. 95-104. 10.1080/13600860054935

Williams, Matthew Leighton 1999. Virtually criminal: The aetiology of online deviance and anxiety within online communities. Presented at: British Criminology Conference, Liverpool John Moores University, 1999.

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