The Electronic Eye: The Rise of Surveillance Society

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U of Minnesota Press, 1994 - 270 páginas
 

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Contenido

Introduction Body Soul and Credit Card
3
Surveillance in Modern Society
6
The Social Impact of Technology
8
Technology and Totalitarianism
11
The Problem of Privacy
14
Person and Postmodernity
17
Understanding Surveillance Society
20
Surveillance in Modern Society
22
The Watched Workplace
121
Taylorism and Technology
124
Towards Disorganized Surveillance?
126
The Transparent Worker
129
ComputerIntensified Surveillance
131
PostFordism Disorganized Surveillance and Beyond
133
The Targeted Consumer
136
Taylorism Transposed?
138

Surveillance and Modernity
24
The Military War and Modern Surveillance
27
The NationState and Modern Surveillance
29
Capitalism and Modern Surveilance
33
Surveillance Modernity and Beyond
37
New Surveillance Technologies
40
The Difference Technology Makes
42
What Do Computers Do?
46
New Technology and Surveillance Capacity
51
New Surveillance?
53
Evidence and Debate
55
From Big Brother to the Electronic Panopticon
57
Orwells Dystopia
59
The Panopticon from Bentham to Foucault
62
Panoptic Power?
67
Evaluating Electronic Panopticism
71
Beyond Orwell Bentham and Foucault
78
Surveillance Trends
81
The Surveillance State Keeping Tabs on You
83
The Surveillance State
85
The Political Economy of New Surveillance
88
New Technologies and Surveillance Capacity
91
Finegrained Files
94
The Ontario Health Card
96
Administration Computers and Beyond
99
The Surveillance State From Tabs to Tags
102
Electronic Identification
104
Record Linkage
107
Command and Control
110
Computerizing National Security
114
State Surveillance Citizenship and Globalization
116
The Transparent Worker
119
The Domestic Threshold
141
Caller ID and Smart Cards
147
Data Entrepreneurs and Strategic Information
150
Commercial Surveillance Capacities
153
CounterSurveillance
159
Challenging Surveillance
161
The Challenge of Surveillance
164
I Privacy Law
170
II Social Movements
174
Beyond the Watershed
177
Privacy Power Persons
179
Privacy Invaded
180
The Public and the Private
182
Diminishing Private Space?
184
Privacy and Property
187
Privacy or Autonomy?
189
A Superpanopticon?
190
Surveillance and Personhood
192
Beyond Privacy
196
Against Dystopia Distance Division
199
Dystopia in Surveillance Theory
201
Is Seeing Knowing?
205
Confessing Controlling Confidence
208
From LA to the Other City
211
Towards an Alternative
214
Beyond Postmodern Paranoia
218
Surveillance Society Today
219
For the Future
223
Notes
226
Select Bibliography
258
Index
267
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