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Conclusion: Towards a Political Geography of Surveillance
Conclusion: Towards a Political Geography of Surveillance

On differing empirically and conceptually informed grounds, the preceding chapters have studied and problematized the multiple and complex ways in which surveillance is bound up with space. This investigation has approached space as the object of surveillance (for example, in the case of video surveillance), as the tool and mediator of surveillance (as with walls or obstacles that affect particular surveillance operations), as the locus of surveillance (for example, when digital technologies are built into the material environment), and as the product of surveillance (from control rooms to public places affected by the exercise of surveillance). Studied examples of surveillance have ranged from events such as the 2008 European Football Championships in ...

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