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Part III: The Functioning of Surveillance in Its Relation to Space

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The Functioning of Surveillance in Its Relation to Space
The Functioning of Surveillance in Its Relation to Space

The second broad level of analysis that runs through my investigation of the surveillance–space nexus consists of the critical exploration of the internal functioning of surveillance, in terms of the actor networks and mediations involved, which fundamentally shape the spatial articulations of the systems put into action. This analysis follows from the book’s conceptual approach as outlined in Chapters 24, that stipulates the need to focus on the actors and intentions behind surveillance, if we are to understand its spatial logics and implications (Raffestin, 1980). The discussion that follows thus incorporates questions of how, by whom and for what reasons surveillance is being planned, developed and practised ...

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