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- Author(s)Michael McCahill,Rachel L. Finn
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication04/08/2015
- GenreSocial Issues, Services & Welfare
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note2 black & white tables
- Weight294 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine11 mm
- Table Of ContentsChapter 1. Introduction Part I: The desolidarizing impact of surveillance Chapter 2. Surveillance in the journalistic field: Denigration 'from above' Chapter 3. Surveillance in the community: Denigration 'from below' Part II: Surveillance in the crime control field Chapter 4. Tracking, tagging and testing: The surveillance of 'prolific' offenders Chapter 5 FIT squads, files and phone taps: The surveillance of protesters Chapter 6. Cops on camera: Managing the 'digital self' Part III: Governing through crime: Schools, malls and borders Chapter 7. Surveillance in Three Schools: 'Angels', 'Devils' and 'Teen Mums' Chapter 8. Surveillance and consumerism: The Ban-opticon mall Chapter 9. Surveillance at borders: Migration, capital and surveillant sorting Part IV Theorizing the surveillance subject Chapter 10. Conclusion.
- Author BiographyMichael McCahill was born in Glasgow and joined the School of Social Sciences at the University of Hull in September 2001, having completed his BA Sociology (First Class Honours), MA Criminology and PhD at Hull. Dr McCahill's main research interests focus on the social impact of 'new surveillance' technologies and the mutually reinforcing relationship between crime, surveillance and media. His books include The Surveillance Web (Willan) (winner of the British Society of Criminology book prize 2003) and Surveillance and Crime (Sage) with Roy Coleman. Rachel L. Finn has lived in various cities in the USA, briefly in Ireland and in Manchester, UK for the last 10 years and received her BA in Sociology and Psychology from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA. Dr Finn started an MA/PhD programme at Northeastern University in Boston, USA and transferred to the University of Manchester where she finished her PhD. After her PhD Dr Finn worked as a Research Associate at the University of Manchester and the University of Hull. Since 2010, she has been working for Trilateral Research & Consulting, a London-based research firm specializing in providing policy and regulatory advice about security, surveillance, privacy and the ethical impacts of new technologies.
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