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Surveillance and Control

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Surveillance and Control. / Klauser, Francisco; Widmer, Sarah.

Understanding Spatial Media . ed. / Rob Kitchin; Tracey Lauriault; Matthew Wilson. London : SAGE, 2017.

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Harvard

Klauser, F & Widmer, S 2017, Surveillance and Control. in R Kitchin, T Lauriault & M Wilson (eds), Understanding Spatial Media . SAGE, London.

APA

Klauser, F., & Widmer, S. (2017). Surveillance and Control. In R. Kitchin, T. Lauriault, & M. Wilson (Eds.), Understanding Spatial Media SAGE.

CBE

Klauser F, Widmer S. 2017. Surveillance and Control. Kitchin R, Lauriault T, Wilson M, editors. In Understanding Spatial Media . London: SAGE.

MLA

Klauser, Francisco and Sarah Widmer "Surveillance and Control"., Kitchin, Rob Lauriault, Tracey Wilson, Matthew (editors). Understanding Spatial Media . London: SAGE. 2017.

Vancouver

Klauser F, Widmer S. Surveillance and Control. In Kitchin R, Lauriault T, Wilson M, editors, Understanding Spatial Media . London: SAGE. 2017

Author

Klauser, Francisco ; Widmer, Sarah. / Surveillance and Control. Understanding Spatial Media . editor / Rob Kitchin ; Tracey Lauriault ; Matthew Wilson. London : SAGE, 2017.

Bibtex

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title = "Surveillance and Control",
abstract = "The aim of this chapter is to highlight and problematise the surveillance dynamics inherent in the contemporary proliferation of new spatial media. In addressing this problematic, the chapter is structured into two main parts. The first section provides a broad outline of the surveillance potential – and functioning through surveillance – of spatial media. We also discuss the key issues arising from the increasing digitisation and interconnection of various forms of new spatial media/spatialised data collection and analysis, and we critically assess the roles and positions of two key stakeholders connected with these issues: the individual user of spatial media, and the technical experts involved in coding everyday life into software. The second section of the chapter then focuses on three main aspects that characterise the surveillance dynamics implied by new spatial media: personalisation, interconnection and anticipation. The chapter{\textquoteright}s conclusion argues for further analysis and conceptualisation of the increasing flexibility of contemporary governing through code with respect to new spatial media.",
author = "Francisco Klauser and Sarah Widmer",
year = "2017",
language = "English",
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RIS

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N2 - The aim of this chapter is to highlight and problematise the surveillance dynamics inherent in the contemporary proliferation of new spatial media. In addressing this problematic, the chapter is structured into two main parts. The first section provides a broad outline of the surveillance potential – and functioning through surveillance – of spatial media. We also discuss the key issues arising from the increasing digitisation and interconnection of various forms of new spatial media/spatialised data collection and analysis, and we critically assess the roles and positions of two key stakeholders connected with these issues: the individual user of spatial media, and the technical experts involved in coding everyday life into software. The second section of the chapter then focuses on three main aspects that characterise the surveillance dynamics implied by new spatial media: personalisation, interconnection and anticipation. The chapter’s conclusion argues for further analysis and conceptualisation of the increasing flexibility of contemporary governing through code with respect to new spatial media.

AB - The aim of this chapter is to highlight and problematise the surveillance dynamics inherent in the contemporary proliferation of new spatial media. In addressing this problematic, the chapter is structured into two main parts. The first section provides a broad outline of the surveillance potential – and functioning through surveillance – of spatial media. We also discuss the key issues arising from the increasing digitisation and interconnection of various forms of new spatial media/spatialised data collection and analysis, and we critically assess the roles and positions of two key stakeholders connected with these issues: the individual user of spatial media, and the technical experts involved in coding everyday life into software. The second section of the chapter then focuses on three main aspects that characterise the surveillance dynamics implied by new spatial media: personalisation, interconnection and anticipation. The chapter’s conclusion argues for further analysis and conceptualisation of the increasing flexibility of contemporary governing through code with respect to new spatial media.

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SN - 9781473949683

BT - Understanding Spatial Media

A2 - Kitchin, Rob

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A2 - Wilson, Matthew

PB - SAGE

CY - London

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