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[liberationtech] Suggested Readings on Consumer Surveillance

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Fri Feb 7 16:00:03 PST 2014


From:  SURVEILLANCE at jiscmail.ac.uk

Surveillance and Society: 
http://library.queensu.ca/ojs/index.php/surveillance-and-society/issue/view/Consumption

Pridmore, Jason. 2012. “Consumer Surveillance Context , Perspectives and 
Concerns in the Personal Information Economy.” In Routledge Handbook of 
Surveillance Studies, edited by Kirstie Ball, Kevin D. Haggerty, and David 
Lyon, 321–329. Routledge.

Beckett, Antony. 2012. “Governing the Consumer: Technologies of 
Consumption.” Consumption Markets & Culture 15 (1) (March): 1–18.

Coll, S. 2013. “Consumption as Biopower: Governing Bodies with Loyalty 
Cards.” Journal of Consumer Culture 13 (3) (October 25): 201–220.

Zwick, D., and J. Denegri Knott. 2009. “Manufacturing Customers: The 
Database as New Means of Production.” Journal of Consumer Culture 9 (2) 
(June 15): 221–247.

Andrejevic, Mark. 2013. Infoglut: How too much information is changing the 
way we think and know. New York: Routledge.

Murakami Wood, David, and Kirstie Ball. 2013. Brandscapes of control? 
Surveillance, marketing and the co-construction of subjectivity and space 
in neo-liberal capitalism. Marketing Theory 13 (1):47-67

Zurawski, Nils. Consuming Surveillance: Mediating Control Practices Through 
Consumer Culture and Everyday Life, in: Jansson, André / Christensen, 
Miyase (eds.) Media, Surveillance and Identity, New York u.a. 2014, Peter 
Lang. Details

Zurawski, Nils. Local practice and global data. Loyalty cards, social 
practices and consumer surveillance- Sociological Quarterly, Volume 52, 
Issue 3 (Fall) 2011.
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