Photo-surveillance and the emplaced déraciné

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Fisher, Andrew;
  • Publisher: Routledge

This article examines a defining tension between the meanings and values imposed on the production of place in photo-surveillance, which stems from its operation as a mode of deracinating emplacement. Photo-surveillance imbues specific places with significance, yet in d... View more
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