8.9 Guide to Reading
You should now access the following two journal articles:
Dubbeld, L. (2005) 'The role of technology in shaping CCTV surveillance practices', Information, Communication and Society, 8 (21): 84-100.
Lyon, D. (2002) 'Everyday Surveillance: Personal data and social classifications', Information, Communication and Society, 5 (2): 242-257.
Visit the 'Surveillance and Society' website (http://www.servillance-and-society.org) and download the paper below to gain more insight into the human element of CCTV systems
Smith, G. (2007) 'Exploring Relations between watchers and watched in control (led) systems: Strategies and tactics', Surveillance and Society, 4 (4): 280-313.
The following article explores many of the biometric issues discussed above within the context of Foucault's notions of discipline and power:
Epstein, C. (2007) 'Guilty Bodies, Productive Bodies, Destructive Bodies: Crossing the Biometric Borders', International Political Sociology; 1 (2): 149-164.