Surveillance in Europe is an accessible, definitive and comprehensive overview of the rapidly growing multi-disciplinary field of surveillance studies in Europe. Written by experts in the field, including leading scholars, the Companionas clear and up to date style will appeal to a wide range of scholars and students in the social sciences, arts and humanities. This book makes the case for greater resilience in European society in the face of the growing pervasiveness of surveillance. It examines surveillance in Europe from several different perspectives, including: the co-evolution of surveillance technologies and practices the surveillance industry in Europe the instrumentality of surveillance for preventing and detecting crime and terrorism social and economic costs impacts of surveillance on civil liberties resilience in Europeas surveillance society. the consequences and impacts for Europe of the Snowden revelations findings and recommendations regarding surveillance in Europe Surveillance in Europe's interdisciplinary approach and accessible content makes it an ideal companion to academics, policy-makers and civil society organisations alike, as well as appealing to top level undergraduates and postgraduates.70 Bellizzi and Bristol, op. cit., 2008. 71 Parenti, op. cit., 2003. 72 Garson, Barbara, The electronic sweatshop: How computers are transforming the office of the future into the factory ofthe past, Simon ... Webster, C. William R., a#39;CCTV policy in the UK: Reconsidering the evidence basea#39;, Surveillance and Society, Vol. ... 101BBC News, a#39;Manin dress exposes himself on LincolnGrimsby traina#39;, 19 Oct. 2012.
|Title||:||Surveillance in Europe|
|Author||:||David Wright, Reinhard Kreissl|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-09-19|