Vol 12, No 2 (2014)

Big Data Surveillance

edited by Mark Andrejevic and Kelly Gates

Table of Contents

Editorial

Big Data Surveillance: Introduction PDF
Mark Andrejevic, Kelly Gates 185-196

Articles

Datafication, dataism and dataveillance: Big Data between scientific paradigm and ideology PDF
Jose van Dijck 197-208
When big data meets dataveillance: the hidden side of analytics PDF
Sara Degli Esposti 209-225
Gaps in the gaze: Informatic practice and the work of public health surveillance PDF
Martin French 226-242
Why data is not enough: Digital traces as control of self and self-control PDF
Tyler Butler Reigeluth 243-254
Automated Experimentation in Walden 3.0. : The Next step in Profiling, Predicting, Control and Surveillance PDF
Martijn van Otterlo 255-272
From self-tracking to smart urban infrastructures: towards an interdisciplinary research agenda on Big Data PDF
Francisco R Klauser, Anders Albrechtslund 273-286
Pandemics of the future: Disease surveillance in real time PDF
Lindsay Thomas 287-300

Book Reviews

Review of Trottier's Social Media as Surveillance: Rethinking Visibility in a Converging World PDF
Kees Boersma 301-303
Review of Rosen and Santesso's The Watchman in Pieces: Surveillance, Literature, and Liberal Personhood PDF
Karen Fang 304-306
Review of Bakir's Torture, Intelligence and Sousveillance in the War on Terror PDF
Gemma Galdon Clavell 307-308


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