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Julienne Weegels

affected by their imprisonment through the ‘tightness’ that post-release life acquires in the face of continued communitarian surveillance and state intervention. As authorities keep former prisoners en la mira (in view), prison's grip is extended beyond

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Carceral Entrapments

Views from the Prison/Street Interface in India

Mahuya Bandyopadhyay

) , for instance, in his study of a prison in Papua New Guinea, examines the prison not through the familiar tropes of power relations and technologies of surveillance but through the workings of time, movement and constraint in prisoners’ lives. How does

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Chava Brownfield-Stein

, an unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) for remote-fire missions. 1 These multi-mission systems are part of a panoply of advanced technologies such as ‘smart fences’, thermal video cameras, sensors, high-tech balloons, and other surveillance apparatuses

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The Permeable Olympic Fortress

Mega-Event Security as Camouflage in Rio de Janeiro

Dennis Pauschinger

“war against terror,” such as standardized militarization of public security, the establishment of camera surveillance, and the de facto isolation of sport venues from the rest of the city ( Fussey and Klauser 2015a ). These standards migrate from one

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Laurel Hart, Pamela Lamb, and Joshua Cader

connections, the numerous threats and concerns include the reinforcement of worldviews caused by content-filtering algorithms ( Pariser 2011 ), surveillance, and cyberviolence. In order for girls and young women to achieve the benefits of an approach based on

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Jeffrey D. Hilmer and Max Halupka

extra-institutional democratic practices (e.g., marching, agitating, striking). Focusing on movements renders democratic theory more relevant to pressing political issues including: the role of the welfare state, state surveillance of its citizens, drone

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Ebola and Accusation

Gender and Stigma in Sierra Leone’s Ebola Response

Olive Melissa Minor

deployed Sierra Leonean and foreign military personnel to direct the Ebola response, which GOSL organised into six pillars: (1) case management, (2) surveillance and quarantine, (3) safe burial, (4) logistics, (5) psychosocial support, and (6) social

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Antonius C. G. M. Robben

, and private companies. The push for seamless surveillance systems, the tapping of e-mail traffic, phone and wireless communications, permanent camera supervision, body scans, biosensors, and activity analyses of cars and people circulating in public

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For or against commoning?

Ida Susser

Carbonella 2014 ; Susser 2011 ). Assaults on the general public, associated with the continuing wars, have been accompanied by new forms of securitization and surveillance and the governance strategy of a “War on Terror.” Such declining conditions for the

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Judith A. Nicholson and Mimi Sheller

disciplinary fields such as migration studies, transport studies, cultural studies, surveillance studies, and postcolonial studies. We believe that mobilities research and critical race theorizing can be productively brought together to further expose the