sexta-feira, 1 de maio de 2009

Surveillance and Resistance

Novo número da Surveillance & Society é dedicado às relações entre Resistência e Vigilância. Os artigos, notas e resenhas que compõem o número estão todos on-line. Vale a leitura.

Vol 6, No 3 (2009): Surveillance and Resistance

Guest Editors: Laura Huey and Luis A. Fernandez

*With a special Review section on the UK House of Lords Constitution Committee report, Surveillance: Citizens and the State

Table of Contents
Is Resistance Futile? Thoughts on Resisting Surveillance
Luis A Fernandez, Laura Huey 199-202
Surveillance is Sexy Abstract
David Bell 203-212
Understanding resistance to digital surveillance: Towards a multi-disciplinary, multi-actor framework
Aaron K Martin, Rosamunde E van Brakel, Daniel J Bernhard 213-232
Networks and Resistance: Investigating online advocacy networks as a modality for resisting state surveillance
Lucas D Introna, Amy Gibbons 233-258
Individualism and Identity Resistance to Speed Cameras in the UK
Helen Wells, David Wills 259-274
Facebook Feeding Frenzy: Resistance-through-Distance and Resistance-through-Persistence in the Societied Network
Andrés Sanchez 275-293

Opinion / Research Notes
A Tack in the Shoe and Taking off the Shoe Neutralization and Counter-neutralization Dynamics
Gary T Marx 294-306

Artistic Presentations
panegyric 6.6
Rez Noir 307

Review Articles
What the US can learn from the UK about the protection of privacy
Oscar H. Gandy Jr. 308-312
Waking Up to the Surveillance Society
N. Katherine Hayles 313-316
Surveillance: Citizens and the State
Katja Franko Aas 317-321
Control Over Personal Information in the Database Era
Mark Andrejevic 322-326

Book Reviews
Daniel J. 2008. Understanding Privacy. Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press.
Vida Bajc 327-328
Roberts, Alasdair. 2006. Blacked Out: Government Secrecy in the Information Age. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.
Krista Boa 329-330
Wright, David, Serge Gutwirth, Michael Friedewald, Elena Vildjiounaite and Yves Punie (eds.) 2008. Safeguards in a World of Ambient Intelligence. London: Springer.
Martin Dodge 331-333
Franko Aas, Katja, Helene Oppen Gudnhus and Heidi Mork Lomell 2008. Technologies of Insecurity: The Surveillance of Everyday Life. New York: Routledge-Cavendish.
Adam Molnar 334-336
Laidler, Keith 2008. Surveillance Unlimited: How We’ve Becomve the Most Watched People on Earth. Cambridge: Icon Books.
Rebecca Morrison 337-338
Reiner, Robert 2007. Law and Order: An Honest Citizen’s Guide to Crime Control. London: Polity Press.
Christopher Murphy 339-340
Doctorow, Cory. 2008. Little Brother. London: Harper Voyager or New York: Tor/Tom Doherty Associates.
Mike Nellis 341-342
Bennett, Colin. 2008. The Privacy Advocates: Resisting the Spread of Surveillance. Cambridge: MIT University Press. 259 pp, Hardcover, $28.00 (US), ISBN-10: 0262026384.
Abraham Newman 343-344
Solove, Daniel. 2007. The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumour, and Privacy on the Internet. London: Yale University Press.
Daniel Neyland 345-346
Sofsky, Wolfgang. 2008. Privacy: A Manifesto. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Translated by Steven Rendall.
Priscilla Regan 347-348
Freeman, D., And J. Freeman 2006. Paranoia: The Twenty-First Century Fear. Oxford University Press.
Erica Spink D’Souza

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