- In what ways does contemporary surveillance reinforce social divisions?
- How are police and consumer surveillance becoming more similar as they are automated?
- Are we forced to choose between classical and poststructuralist approaches in explaining surveillance?
- Why is surveillance both expanding globally and focusing more on the human body?
David Lyon provides an invaluable text for undergraduate and postgraduate sociology courses both in social theory and in science, technology and society. It will also appeal much more widely, for example to those with an interest in politics, social control, human geography and public administration.
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