Authors & Co-authors


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Adam Molnar and Erik Zouave. Computer Network Exploitation, Pluralized Surveillance, and Democratic Governance
Adrian Guta, Alex McClelland and Stuart J. Murray. Desire, risk, and surveillance: New forms of visibility and modes of governing people living with and affected by HIV
Adrian Guta, Emily van der Meulen, Zoë Dodd and Martin French. Surveillance in harm reduction programming: The case of new electronic documenting and reporting requirements in Toronto, Canada
Adrian Haase and Emma Peters. Ubiquitous computing – increasing engagement of private companies in governmental surveillance
Alana Saulnier. The surveilled subject and relational models of procedural justice
Andelka Phillips, I. S. Mian and Jan Charbonneau. Living in a Panopticon City: the Biological-Geographic-Economic-Social-Behavioural-Physical complex — people and places under dynamic surveillance
Anders Albrechtslund, Lise Lotte Beck Andersen. Performing and negotiating family tracking
Andreas Baur-Ahrens and Marco Krüger. Smart Security at Airports – Smart for Whom?
Andrew Adams, Kiyoshi Murata, Yasunori Fukuta, Yohko Orito and Ana Maria Lara Palma. Would You Do What Snowden Did? An International Study of University Students’ Reactions to Snowden’s Actions and Revelations
Ann Rudinow Saetnan, Gunhild Tøndel and Bente Rasmussen. Does counting change what’s counted? Performance management and the resurgence of positivism in Norwegian sociology.
Anna Hedenus and Christel Backman. Explaining your Data Double: Confessions, honesty and trust in job recruitments
Anna Leander. Consolidating the Commercial: The Digital Politics of ISIS Recruitment Videos
Anna M. Potocka. Surveillance and quantified body
Anouk Mols. “An ounce of privacy” – Comparing privacy attitudes in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands
Anthony Minnaar. Body worn video cameras, policing and surveillance: who is protecting whom?
Arne Hintz, Lina Dencik, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Ian Brown and Grace Eden. Digital Citizenship and Surveillance Society: State-Media-Citizen Relations After the Snowden Leaks
Baki Cakici. Categories that count: Methods and subjectivities in population statistics
Becky Kazansky. Constructing threats and modeling security in a data risk society
Ben Brucato. Struggles For Visibility: On the Exhibition of Police Violence in a White Democracy
Ben Harbisher. On the Buses – Surveillance and Everyday Mobility
Btihaj Ajana. In the name of wellbeing: Self-tracking as surveillance
Bryce Newell. Policing as (Monitored) Performance: Police Body Cameras, Citizen Video, and New Visibility
Bryce Newell and Tjerk Timan. Police-Worn Body Cameras: Comparing empirical studies in the Netherlands and United States
Carmela Occhipinti. Assessing the societal impact of border crossing technology.
Caitlin Overington. Unsettling the city: critically examining the effect of CCTV beyond orderCiara Bracken-Roche. The Political Economy of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Canada: the role of stakeholders and the sociotechnical drone space
Colin Bennett. Voter Relationship Management, the Surveillance of the Electorate and Political Culture
Daniel Trottier. Digital Vigilantism and the weaponisation of mediated visibility
David Behar. Let’s make and play PSS – Towards community involvement and participation
David Lyon. Big Data Surveillance: What’s ‘new’?
David Moffette. Immigration Probation: Legal Liminality, Conditionality and Multi-Scalar Social Sorting
David Murakami Wood. Street-level Surveillance: a microsociological study of one community association in Tokyo and its approach to public safety
David Myles. Rhetoric of surveillance: a rhetorical understanding of online data use within a Reddit crime-solving sub-forum
Debra Mackinnon. Police as Law Makers: Tracing the Making of Canadian Anti-Masking Legislation
Dennis Pauschinger. Smart, Secure, Resilient: Security and Surveillance at the 2014 World Cup in Rio de Janeiro and beyond
Diana Miranda. Games of Power: Strategies of Dominance, Submission and Resistance in Criminal Identification Practices
Didier Bigo and Elspeth Guild. 5eyes+ under scrutiny : the visibilisation of the transnational flows of sensitive information by the guild of the transatlantic SIGINT agencies and their private partners.
Donatella Selva and Emiliana De Blasio. Digital surveillance between power and accountability
Elspeth Guild and Didier Bigo Sciences Po. 5eyes+ under scrutiny: open season on the personal data of the foreigner?
Emmeline Taylor. What do Detainees Think of Police Body-Worn Video Cameras?
Erik Lastic. Surveillance in New Europe: The Case of Slovakia
Eric Stoddart. The Common Gaze: Surveillance, Social Justice and the Common Good.
Fareed Ben-Youssef. Drones over the Frontier: The Panopticon Border in Recent US-Mexico Border Films
Felicity Ruby. The Five Eyes Alliance after Snowden
Francesca Menichelli. What is surveillance? How defining surveillance can support the growth of surveillance studies
Francisco Klauser. Spatialities of surveillance
Gabriel Bartl. Surveillance and the ‘sub-ject’: Examples from the airport.
Gemma Galdon Clavell. ‘Big Data at the Border’
George Filip and Xiaolin Meng. “I would trust the system more, but my car less.” Trust, Privacy and Surveillance in the age of the Driverless Car.
Giampaolo Ghilardi and Roberto Setola. Philosophy, epistemology and ethics of surveillance
Gloria Gonzalez Fuster. Can you hear it too? Looking into surveillance through sound and music
Greg Elmer. The Social Media Account as Interface: Platform, Infrastructure & Financial Value
Harrison Smith. From Lifestyles to Locations: Situating mobile analytics within the political economy of consumer surveillance
Heidi Herzogenrath-Amelung. When drones blink
Ian Warren. Counter Law or Club Law? Surveillance, Membership and the New Public Order
Ilkin Mehrabov. The Uncanny Relationship of Mediatization and Surveillance in Developing Countries
Imge Ozcan. The quantified self between ‘play’ and ‘control’: What is at stake?
Iris Huis Int Veld. E-assessment or ‘learningveillance’? The social impact of EdTech and the right to privacy for children
Jacquelyn Burkell and Sarah Heath. Mapping intersectionality: investigating new methodologies for studies in surveillance and social media
Jane Bailey. From “zero tolerance” to “safe and accepting”: Surveillance and equality implications of educational policy related to “cyberbullying”
Jennie Day. An Investigation into the Surveillance Potentials of Autonomous Technologies: Visibility, Ubiquitous Embedded Surveillance and Mobility
Jason Pridmore. Monitoring, Measuring and Maximizing: Surveilling Citizenship through Consumption Practices
Johann Cas. Citizens’ perceptions on surveillance, privacy and security – what differences debates make
John MacWillie. Surveillance in a Hall of Mirrors: Autonomous, Amoral, Autopoietic
José María Zavala Pérez. Tackling new security challenges through community policing and the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs)
Justine Gangneux. Social Media and Scrutiny: Young adults’ perceptions and practices
Julia Maria Mönig. The luxury of leading a private life: a privilege for the lucky few?
Kamel Ajji. The spread of the right to informational self-determination, a response to surveillance
Karen Louise Smith. Openness versus Privacy? Negotiating Value Conflicts for Open Source Inspired Privacy Education
Karin Svedberg Helgesson and Ulrika Mörth. Good Cops, Bad Citizens and the Quest for Security: Lawyers as agents of the state in anti-money laundering
Katherine Pendakis. Between Assimilation & Security: Ethnic surveillance practices and the making of the “Greek Subversive”

Kevin Biderman. Visual Surveillance in the City of London: from the top down and the bottom up

Kevin Hall. Security, Distinction, Markets: Influenza surveillance in Germany and its problematizations
Kevin Macnish. Privacy: a matter of control or access, and why it matters
Kristene Unsworth. Trust and surveillance: Maintaining the civil society
Lachlan Urquhart. Regulation by Design for Ambient Domestic Computing: Lessons from Human Computer Interaction
Laurel Ahnert and Jason Derby. Seeing through the 3rdi: Surveillant art and material visions of resistance.
Lars Bo Andersen, Peter Lauritsen and Peter Danholt. Negotiating welfare surveillance
Laurent Bonelli. Collecting traces, building narratives : Intelligence services and their uses of technologies
Leandro Huerto. Drone Seduction
Leslie Shade. Always Already Monitoring: School Surveillance of Young People’s Social Media
Liisa A. Mäkinen and Hille Koskela. Ludic surveillance – the strong profit, the weak lose?

Lucas Melgaço. Convergence of moments: the online broadcasting of protests

Marta-Marika Urbanik and Kevin D. Haggerty. #LayingLow: (In)Visibility on Social Media and Violence in the ‘Hood’
Martin Kovanic. Specifics of surveillance in post-communist context
Matthias Schulze. IR turning to the dark side. A Bourdieu-inspired analysis of the dark norm of espionage
Mehera San Roque and Benjamin Goold. Surveillance and the Construction of Identity and Evidence in Criminal Justice Systems
Mickey Zar. “Plenty to Hide”: Resistance to Surveillance as a Political Action
Midori Ogasawara. Bodies as Risky Resources: Japan’s colonial ID system and its implication today
Mike Zajko. Internet service providers as privacy custodians
Minas Samatas. Spying Between Citizens and Allies in the Age of Insecurity: ‘Glocal Coveillance’ Beyond Any Trust
Mónica Correia. Management of Security through Surveillance in Portugal: the Data Authority’s perspective
Nils Zurawski. Consuming surveillance. Consumerism and social practices as a new frame for theorising about surveillance
Ola Svenonius, Fredrika Björklund and Pawel Waszkiewicz. The “Trust Effect” in Comparative Surveillance Studies: The Like Fish in Water Survey
Ozge Girgin. Usage of Surveillance Cameras at home and Culture of Surveillance
Pawel Waszkiewicz, Fredrika Björklund and Ola Svenonius. Gated Communities: A Statistical Scrutiny of Existing Hypotheses
Pete Fussey and Mark Maguire. Sensing Evil: Counterterrorism, Techno-science and the Cultural Reproduction of Security
Peter Holland, Brian K Cooper and Rob Hecker. Use of Social Media at Work: A New Form of Employee Voice?
Peter Marks. ‘The Brave New World of Datamacy: Blurring Data and Intimacy in Spike Jonze’s Her’
Pinelopi Troullinou. Coming to terms with seductive surveillance; rationalisation and resistance: a qualitative study on the subjective experience of surveillance through smartphone devices.
Priscilla Regan. Big Data in the Education Arena: 21st Century Student Sorting and Tracking
Rachel Finn and Anna Donovan. Big data, drone data: Privacy and ethical impacts of the intersection between big data and civil drone deployments
Raphael Schlembach. Covert policing and the infiltration of protest groups in Britain
Renata Barboza Carvalho and Wilton Azevedo. Panoptic Art: surveillance under the perspective of the artists
Rob Heynen. Surveillant screens: Biometrics and the hygienic body
Rocco Bellanova. What can Robocop(s) teach to critical security studies? An “amateur” reading of surveillance, (dis)order, and critique
Roman Pauli, Tim Lukas and Peter Imbusch. “It’s part of the game” – Institutional Rhetorics in Legitimizing Surveillance
Rune Saugmann. The art of questioning military surveillance optics
Ryan Tippet. Constitutive Surveillance and Social Media
Saher Naumaan. A Faustian Bargain: The Search for Security via Surveillance in the Apple-FBI Case
Sava Saheli Singh. Resisting the Academic Social Media Surveillance State
Selena Nemorin. Rhizomatic educational technologies: Dataveillance and the digital school
Silvana Pedrozo. Spatialities of aerial surveillance: A critical study of border control by military drones in Switzerland
Simone Belli. Democracy without surveillance: Trust in P2P infrastructure.
Stefania Milan. Data activism as an emerging epistemic culture within civil society
Stefanie Felsberger and Lina Attalah. Escape and Control: shifting strategies of dissent and surveillance in Egypt
Stéfy McKnight. Hawk Eye View: Shifting the Surveillant Gaze
Susanne Wigorts Yngvesson. ”Your Bodies are Temples of the Holy Spirit”. A Theological Approach to Surveillance Society and the Transcendence and Transformation of Religious Communities
Thomas Behrndt. Working-title: Data-Driven Security: Politics and Objectivity
Thordis Sveinsdottir. Can trust in surveillance technologies be enhanced through certification? Lessons from the CRISP project.
Valentina Bartolucci. The French Surveillance State
Valerie Steeves. The Construction of Privacy, Publicity and Citizenship in Canadian Search and Seizure Jurisprudence
Vasilis Vlassis. Eurodac, changes and transformations before and during the current refugee crisis
Wil Chivers. Communitactions surveillance in the UK: politics, governance and regulation
C. William R. Webster and Charles Leleux. The Rise of Body-Worn Video Cameras: A New Surveillance Revolution?
Zoe Kardasiadou (FRA). Surveillance by intelligence services: fundamental rights safeguards and remedies in the EU