Regulation and Surveillance Literature Review (Major Global Mega events…
Regulation and Surveillance Literature Review
Surveillance (Fyfe 2004)
Malls and urban spaces
Effectiveness, symbol of regeneration success
Urban Socio-spatial control
out-of-place, youths, beggars, homeless
Neil Smiths- Revanchist Urbanism
Global Spies and Private Eyes- FBI and NSA- modern Policing
Surveillance within the workplace
IMF- Structural Adjustment Programmes
Credit Rating Agencies
Part of contemporary '
' and '
' of urban landscapes- Breaking the urban realm into microzones
Private Shopping Malls
The Night Time Economy (Brands 2015)
New geography of surveilance/ the globalisation of surveillance
Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)
Military Functions vs Domestic Functions
Crowd Control, border Patrol and Fisheries Monitoring
Social and Spatial sorting from information gathering
'The Border is everywhere'
E.g. Facebook- information gathering through surveillance
'Social Graphs' and 'Brandscapes'
'Crowdsourcing' 'the big data'
Different Spatial areas and Scales
Public vs Private Space
Public-private Partnerships- excluding certain activities by local rules or laws
Major Global Mega events
Special Rules and Particular Sanctions
Private Security and surveillance companies
Protect the reputation of the city
Chemical sniffing robots
Unmanned aerial vehicles
Gaps in knwoledge
Globalisation is not even nor smooth
Development of surveillance is uneven and contested
Constructing space and place, maintaining, generating and deepening sociospatial order between people, groups, objects and places
Virtual space and in the relationship between humans, non human beings, technologies and environments
Emotional Geographies (Davidson and Milligan 2004)