- BA (Hons) Combined Studies (Information Systems & Social Sciences), University of Nottingham, 1993
- MPhil Educational Technology, University of Derby, 1998
- PGCert Social Science Research Methods, Nottingham Trent University, 2002
- Licentiate Training & Development (LCGI), City & Guilds, 2002
- Chartered IT Professional (CITP), British Computer Society, 2002
Research Interests and Consultancy
- Information security, cybercrime & deviance in relation to technology
- Computer-based assessment & educational technology
- Professional issues & ethics
Course Director for MSc in Information Systems & Business Analysis (ISBA).
Course Director for BSc International Business Management (IBAM).
BN2285: Doing E-Business
BS2225: Business Game
BN2226: Advanced Spreadsheets
BNM744: Advanced Spreadsheets
BNM803: Developing Business Systems Worshop
BNM805: Foundation in Business Systems
BNM809: Advanced Spreadsheets
Bocij P., Greasley A. & Hickie S., (2008) Business Information Systems: Technology, Development and Management for the e-business. 4 edn, London: Financial Times and Prentice Hall.
Bocij P., (2006) The dark side of the Internet. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
Bocij P., (2004) Cyberstalking: harassment in the Internet age and how to protect your family. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
Bocij P., (2005) Reactive Stalking: A New Perspective on Victimisation. British Journal of Forensic Practice. 8(2), pp. 23-34.
Bocij P., (2004) Camgirls, Blogs and Wish Lists: How Young People are Courting Danger on the Internet. Community Safety Journal. 3(3), pp. 16-22.
Bocij P., Bocij H. & McFarlane L., (2003) Cyberstalking: A Case Study Concerning Serial Harassment in the UK. British Journal of Forensic Practice. 5(2), pp. 25-32.
Bocij P. and McFarlane L., (2003. 10.) Cyberstalking: A Matter for Community Safety but the Numbers do not Add Up. Journal of Community Safety. 2(2), pp. 26-34.
Bocij P. and McFarlane L., (2003) Cyberstalking: The Technology of Hate. Policy Journal. 76(3), pp. 204-21.
Bocij P. and McFarlane L., (2003) The Internet: A Discussion of Some New and Emerging Threats to Young People. The Police Journal. 76(1), pp. 3-13.
Bocij P., (2003) Victims of Cyberstalking: An Exploratory Study of Harassment Perpetrated Via the Internet. First Monday [online], 8(10). Available at: http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue8_10/bocij/index.html
McFarlane, L. and Bocij P., (2003) An Exploration of Predatory Behaviour in Cyberspace: Towards a Typology of Cyberstalkers. First Monday [online], 8(9). Available at: http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue7_11/bocij/index.html
Bocij P., (2002) Corporate Cyberstalking: An Invitation to Build Theory. First Monday [online], 7(11). Available at: http://firstmonday.org/issues/issue7_11/bocij/index.html
Bocij P. and McFarlane J., (2008) Cyberstalking: who are the victims and do they know? Manchester Metropolitan University Annual Research Student Conference, 17 September 2008. Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester.
Bocij P., (2008) Those who know and those who don't: The impact of deviant knowledge, assumed authority and accidental disinformation on social research. Research Institute for Health & Social Chance 2008 Annual Conference, 1-2 July 2008. Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester.
Bocij P., (2006) www.terror.com: a candid discussion of terrorist uses of technology. BPS North-West Regional Conference, 4 February 2006. Manchester: British Psychological Society.
Other Professional Activities
Member of British Computer Society (MBCS).
Fellow of the Institute for Learning (FIfL).
Member of the Society of Authors.
Member of the British Association of Journalists.