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Title Surveillance studies : a reader / edited by Torin Monahan, David Murakami Wood
Imprint New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
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 人文社會聯圖  HV7936.T4 S877 2017    AVAILABLE    30660020208042
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  363.232 Su791 2018    AVAILABLE  -  30500101570961
Descript xxxiv, 419 pages ; 26 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
1. OPENINGS AND" DEFINITlONS, p.1 -- 2. SOCIETY AND SUBJECTlVITY, p.27 -- 3. STATE AND AUTHORITY, p.63 -- 4. IDENTITY AND IDENTIFICATION, p.93 -- 5. BORDERS AND MOBILlTIES, p.121 -- 6. INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY, p.147 -- 7. CRIME AND POLICING, p.173 -- 8. PRIVACY AND AUTONOMY, p.209 -- 9. UBIQUITOUS SURVEILLANCE, p.239 -- 10. WORK AND ORGANIZATION, p.261 -- 11. POLITICAL ECONOMY, p.281 -- 12. PARTICIPATION AND SOCIAL MEDIA, p.107 -- 13. RESISTANCE AND OPPOSITION, p.331 -- 14. MARGINALITY AND DIFFERENCE, p.357
Surveillance is everywhere. Be it in workplaces monitoring the performance of employees, social media sites tracking clicks and uploads, financial institutions logging transactions, advertisers amassing fine-grained data on customers, or security agencies siphoning up everyone's telecommunications activities, surveillance continually finds new causes, new effects, and new reasons to endure. Because of growing awareness of the central role of surveillance in shaping power relations and knowledge across social and cultural contexts, scholars from many different academic disciplines have gravitated to 'surveillance studies' and contributed to its solidification as a field. Torin Monahan and David Murakami Wood's 'Surveillance Studies' is a broad-ranging reader that provides a comprehensive overview of the dynamic field
Subject Electronic surveillance -- Social aspects
Social control
Data protection
Privacy, Right of
Civil rights
Alt Author Monahan, Torin, editor
Wood, David Murakami, editor
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