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Surveillance

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780415392198

ISBN10:
0415392195
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
2/7/2017
Publisher(s):
Routledge
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Summary

PIN numbers, credit records, photo IDs and biometric measures play a central role in our daily lives. Instead of being mere by-products of public and private surveillance systems, such tokens of trust are now fundamental to surviving in modern society ? so much so that our ?surveillance profiles? have begun to inform the way in which we think about notions of community and personal identity. In this fascinating volume, Benjamin Goold considers how surveillance is experienced by individuals within both the criminal justice system and the wider community and argues that the convergence of different spheres of surveillance ? law enforcement, state security and commercial ? has led to a fundamental shift in the way in which individuals are recognized and legitimized in society. Using examples drawn from the US, UK, Canada, Japan and Australia, this book presents a new account of how surveillance is changing the ways in which we respond to crime, our relationship to the state and each other.

Table of Contents

1. The Transformation of Surveillance 2. Theorising Surveillance 3. Surveillance and the Criminal Justice System 4. The Criminal Consumer: Private and Commercial Surveillance 5. Coming Together: The Significance of Convergence 6. Re-imagining Surveillance: Identity and Action


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