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[liberationtech] Most-read recent articles in Surveillance & Society

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Tue Sep 17 00:14:10 PDT 2013


From: David Murakami Wood <dmw at queensu.ca>

   Alice Marwick tops our first survey of Surveillance & Society's most
read recent articles (2010-2013*) (views / year):

 1. Alice Marwick (2012) The Public Domain: Surveillance in Everyday Life
(3558)

 2. danah boyd (2012) Networked Privacy (1152)

 3. Kenneth Farrell (2012) Online Collectivism, Individualism and Anonymity
in East Asia (858)

 4. Christian Fuchs (2011) Web 2.0, Prosumption, and Surveillance (777.33)

5. Lorna Muir (2012) ‘Control Space?: Cinematic Representations of
Surveillance Space between Discipline and Control’ (688)

 6. Milton Mueller, Andreas Kuehn, Stephanie Michelle Santoso (2012)
Policing the Network: Using DPI for Copyright Enforcement (686.5)

 7. Jonathan Finn (2012) Surveillance Studies and Visual Art: An
Examination of Jill Magid's Evidence Locker (629)

8. David M Bozzini (2011) Low-tech surveillance and the despotic state in
Eritrea (587.33)

9. Katherine Barnard-Wills, David Barnard-Wills (2012) Invisible
Surveillance in Visual Art (545)

10. Ilse van Liempt, Irina van Aalst (2012) Urban Surveillance and the
Struggle between Safe and Exciting Nightlife Districts (503.5)

 *since we moved to Queen's university servers. Before that, we did not
have such convenient download statistics. The figures are only for direct
downloads from this site or on-site views of the full article, and do not
include any other method of reading or downloading (for example, from other
open access repositories). Again, this just for fun...

 More here with links:
http://library.queensu.ca/ojs/index.php/surveillance-and-society/announcement/view/78

 David MW.

 Editor-in-Chief
Surveillance & Society
http://www.surveillance-and-society.org
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