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Understanding Mobilities in a Dangerous World

Gail Adams-Hutcheson, Holly Thorpe, and Catharine Coleborne

signals dangerous times for non-Western peoples. Fear of illicit mobilities and their intendant security risks increasingly determine logics of governmentality—and tracing (surveillance) of risky identities. Thus, there is currently a strong global focus

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Shapeshifters

Black Girls and the Choreography of Citizenship

Jennifer Bethune

, encounter constant reminders that they are “always already defined as the problematic given” (19). Their lives and bodies are under surveillance from all directions as they navigate structures of domination in their everyday lives: Job Corps training

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Confinement Beyond Site: Connecting Urban and Prison Ethnographies

Julienne Weegels, Andrew M. Jefferson, and Tomas Max Martin

prison and urban studies is increasing, as policies and techniques of confinement and surveillance, but also practices of subversion and informal organization reach out of prison into the urban, and from the urban into the prison ( Fassin 2017 ; Gill et

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Andrew Lattas, Anni Kajanus, and Naomi Haynes

the poor survive and how this is shaped by racial hegemony and new, intensified forms of surveillance and policing. The latter includes extrajudicial practices, which are treated both as systemic and as changing over time, with dominant groups and

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Nonrecording states between legibility and looking away

Barak Kalir and Willem van Schendel

prevailing ethos of recording among states worldwide. The post-9/11 era saw this recording urge get a boost as a result of the intensified securitization of mobility ( Bigo 2002 ) and surveillance of society ( Lyon 2003 ). A state’s (technological) capability

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Autonomous Driving and the Transformation of Car Cultures

Jutta Weber and Fabian Kröger

surrounding autonomous automobility more generally, Hildebrand and Sheller discuss the interior of the self-driving car as a racialized and gendered space of surveillance, subordinated to algorithms devised to detect deviant behavior and to represent a male

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Yassaba’ or the Fear of Being Abandoned

Health Promotion Messages and Local Meanings in Guinea

Maria Cristina Manca

clinical activities, but outreach activities including health promotion, contact tracing, surveillance, referrals of suspected Ebola cases and ongoing training for local staff and other organisations took place outside of the EMC in the wider community. The

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The correct secret

Discretion and hypertransparency in Chinese biosecurity

Katherine A. Mason

implies a lack of privacy for citizens, characteristic of a surveillance apparatus capable of reaching into every nook and cranny of life. Too little transparency and a tyranny of secrets results, inviting allegations of dark, improper actions within the

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Governing Global Aeromobility

Canada and Airport Refugee Claimants in the 1980s

Bret Edwards

The Canadian government installed tighter surveillance at major national airports as they evolved into international transit hubs. In 1970, the federal departments of Transport and Citizenship and Immigration jointly introduced a two-tiered screening

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Israel's Ground Forces in the Occupied Territories

Policing and the Juridification of Soldiering

Eyal Ben-Ari and Uzi Ben-Shalom

-level soldiers described being mindful of the detrimental consequences of surveillance by the media and NGOs. To analyze the IDF's ground forces we employ the concept of institutional or organizational ‘logics of action’ ( Jackall 1988: 112 ; Thornton and