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Results for surveillance

Response from Holly Hill
December 08, 2014
Re: To See or Not To See; Which is More Effective?
Thank you for taking the time to read my post!  Serving the greater good could come in multiple different forms as in (like I mentioned in the post) helping solve crimes- by helping prove innocence or guiltiness, by seeing more at one time than a ...
Response from Mark Cooper
December 08, 2014
Re: Visibility
I'm struck by your group's confidence that it would be "wrong" to do "something wrong." What makes you so sure that obedience is good for us? Are their any curcumstances in which it might not be?  ...
Response from Mark Cooper
December 08, 2014
Re: Thoroughfare
I super interested in an experimental program that might involving the creation of thoroughfare testing paranodes on Main Street. Do you have thoughts about the details of such a program?  How might ti proceed? The upcoming celebration/memorialization ...
Response from Mark Cooper
December 08, 2014
Re: Congregation
I'm interested in this contention: "We believe that the private nature of the group setting creates an illusion of privacy, which is reinforced by the smoothness of camera placement." The assumption here seems to be that their exists an ...
Response from Mark Cooper
December 08, 2014
Re: Hospitality in Columbia
This is the missing other half of Robert Garcia's post! The two of you are describing equally surveillant types of work—nurturing guests, checking meters—with different approaches to managing space and time. What would happen if you introduced ...
Response from Mark Cooper
December 08, 2014
Re: To See or Not To See; Which is More Effective?
I like the suggestions that “premediation” and “analysis” functions might assume different degrees of awareness of camera placement—the former suggesting an awareness that surveillance is omnipresent and ready for anything that might happen and the ...
Response from Mark Cooper
December 08, 2014
Re: Watchful Consumers
Interesting post, Robert. You compare two kinds of time-space discipline that could be thought of as very different. The Taylorist one, more typically associated with work than consumption, says "hurry up, pay attention, be efficient." Then ...

Concluding Comments

Contributed by Heidi Rae Cooley
December 07, 2014
Seeing Being Seen--Surveillance in Columbia, SC With devices nearly always in hand, “on,” and connected, we have become increasingly ...

An Abnormally Normal Study

Contributed by Elizabeth Good
June 28, 2011
6 Responses
I See You--Columbia, SC (2011) Site of Observation: Delaney’s Irish Pub 741 Saluda Avenue, Columbia, South Carolina 29205 ...

I Always Feel Like Somebody's Watching Me

Contributed by Justin Smith
June 28, 2011
8 Responses
I See You--Columbia, SC (2011) I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me My observation site was located in the Vista ...
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