Provocation: Technology, resistance and surveillance in public space

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Grommé, Francisca;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Sage

The introduction of technologies that monitor and track individuals to attribute suspicion and guilt has become commonplace in practices of order maintenance in public space. A case study of the introduction of a marker spray in Dutch urban public transport is used to c... View more
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