Confidence Mechanism: A Contemporary Interpretation of Aggregated Risks of Personal Victimization
YUE Ping;School of Criminal Justice,Shanghai Institute of Political Science and Law;
The Internet has penetrated into every aspect of social life. However,the secular cyber world has not been matched with a security guarantee mechanism. Accordingly,the aggregated risks of personal victimization in network activities are closely related to the void of an effective monitoring mechanism. Since the confidence mechanism in traditional society cannot automatically adapt to the cyber society,the confidence mechanism in the later appears to be virtual. However,a contemporary interpretation of the aggregated risks of individual victimization in the perspective of Routine Activity Theory reveals that the secular networks based on the virtual social confidence mechanism is susceptible to crimes. In this connection,the construction and operation of a multi-layered binary structures consisting of a modern monitoring mechanism and a new-type confidence mechanism will be confronted with more challenges in the governance of modern society.
【CateGory Index】： D917