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Surveillance and Mediation
Surveillance and Mediation

The analytical parts of this book study a number of surveillance systems in a variety of institutional and geographical settings. Surveillance is approached in these settings not as something fixed and static, but as assemblages of practices and techniques of systematic attention that result from, and bring together, a wide range of processes, actors, devices, intentions and domains of expertise (Ball, 2002; Coaffee and Murakami Wood, 2006; Albrechtslund and Lauritsen, 2013). I hereby think not only of the processes and relations underpinning the conception, installation, development and use of particular systems, but also of the processes implied by surveillance in terms of the gathering, transfer, classification, representation and analysis of data. However, in thus placing centrally the processes and ...

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