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Deploying empirical studies spanning from early Imperial China to the global security landscape after the Nine-Eleven terrorist attacks, seventeen scholars from across the globe offers a comprehensive overview of the history of surveillance that sheds new light on the hidden mechanisms of power that impels surveillance as societal phenomenon, past, present and future. The contexts are political, social, economic and within the world of business.
|Publication date:||23rd July 2021|
|Author:||Andreas (Enigma Museum, Denmark) Marklund|
|Publisher:||Routledge an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd|
Andreas Marklund is head of research at ENIGMA - the Museum of Communication in Copenhagen, Denmark. Laura Skouvig is Associate Professor in the Department of Information Studies at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.More About Andreas (Enigma Museum, Denmark) Marklund