globe
  1. Week 1: Definitions and Key Issues 18 items
    1. Surveillance society: monitoring everyday life - David Lyon 2001

      Book Recommended

    2. The costs of privacy: surveillance and reputation in America - Steven L. Nock 1993

      Book Background

    3. The information state in England: the central collection of information on citizens since 1500 - Edward Higgs 2004

      Book Recommended This is good on surveillance 'before the state'

    4. Theorizing surveillance in crime control - Kevin D. Haggerty, Dean Wilson, Gavin J.D. Smith 08/2011

      Article Recommended

    5. The panoptic sort: a political economy of personal information - Oscar H. Gandy 1993

      Book Background One of the first books to extend Foucault's 'panopticon' by taking into account ICTs

    6. Surveillance, power and modernity: bureaucracy and discipline from 1700 to the present day - Christopher Dandeker 1994

      Book Background This book is good for surveillance and 'state bureaucracy'

    7. Big Data Surveillance: Introduction - Mark Andrejevic 2014/05/09

      Article Essential A very good source for spelling out some of the issues raised by Big Data for definitions of surveillance

    8. Surveillance & crime - Roy Coleman, Michael McCahill 2011

      Book Essential

    9. Routledge handbook of surveillance studies - David Lyon, Kevin D. Haggerty, Kirstie Ball 2012

      Book Essential

    10. The surveillance studies reader - Sean Patrick Hier, Joshua Greenberg 2007

      Book Recommended

    11. The Intensification and Bifurcation of Surveillance in British Criminal Justice Policy - Clive Norris 2007-4-16

      Article Essential An overview of some of the surveillance databases used in the context of policing and a critique of the 'surveillant assemblage'

    12. Private lives and public surveillance - James B. Rule 1973

      Book Background

    13. Surveillance studies: a reader - Torin Monahan, David Murakami Wood 2017

      Book Essential

  2. Week 2: The Panopticon 17 items
    1. Reclaiming the streets: surveillance, social control and the city - Roy Coleman 2004

      Book Recommended The rise of CCTV in Liverpool and a critique of Foucauldian perspectives

    2. Visions of social control: crime, punishment and classification - Stanley Cohen 1985

      Book Recommended A broad overview of patterns of social control and an early account of the 'dispersal of discipline' in the context of 'community corrections'

    3. Discipline and punish: the birth of the prison - Michel Foucault 1991

      Book Essential

    4. Theorizing surveillance: the panopticon and beyond - David Lyon c2006

      Book Essential

    5. The Foucault reader - Michel Foucault, Paul Rabinow 1991

      Book Recommended

    6. The new politics of surveillance and visibility - Richard V. Ericson, Kevin D. Haggerty c2006

      Book Recommended

    7. The surveillance web: the rise of visual surveillance in an English city - Michael McCahill 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Especially Chapter 1

    8. Surveillance as social sorting: privacy, risk, and digital discrimination - David Lyon 2003

      Book Recommended

    9. Michel Foucault - Barry Smart 1985

      Book Background

    10. The Foucault effect: studies in governmentality, with two lectures by and an interview with Michel Foucault - Colin Gordon, Peter Miller, Graham Burchell, Michel Foucault 1991

      Book Recommended For Foucault's later work on 'governmentality'

    11. Security, territory, population: lectures at the Collège de France, 1977-1978 - Michel Foucault, Michel Senellart 2007

      Book Recommended This is good for Foucault's later work on 'governmentality'

    12. Foucault: a critical introduction - Lois McNay 1994

      Book Background

  3. Week 3: Societies of Control 13 items
    1. The simulation of surveillance: hypercontrol in telematic societies - William Bogard 1996

      Book Recommended

    2. The surveillant assemblage - Kevin D. Haggerty, Richard V. Ericson 2000-12-1

      Article Essential

    3. Theorizing surveillance: the panopticon and beyond - David Lyon c2006

      Book Essential See especially 'Tear Down the Walls' by Kevin Haggerty.

    4. Post-Panopticism - Roy Boyne 01/2000

      Article Essential A critique of Foucault

    5. Surveillance & crime - Roy Coleman, Michael McCahill 2011

      Book Recommended Chapter 2

    6. Routledge handbook of surveillance studies - David Lyon, Kevin D. Haggerty, Kirstie Ball 2012

      Book Essential See Part I

    7. Surveillance as social sorting: privacy, risk, and digital discrimination - David Lyon 2003

      Book Essential See chapter by Norris

    8. The post-panoptic society? Reassessing Foucault in surveillance studies - Gilbert Caluya 09/2010

      Article Essential Useful for 'societies of control' and a critique of Foucault

  4. Week 4: The Rise of the Surveillance Society 12 items
    1. CCTV: BEYOND PENAL MODERNISM? - Clive Norris and Michael McCahill 2006

      Article Essential

    2. The maximum surveillance society: the rise of CCTV - Clive Norris, Gary Armstrong 1999

      Book Essential See especially Part I

    3. The culture of control: crime and social order in contemporary society - David Garland 2001

      Book Recommended

    4. The surveillance web: the rise of visual surveillance in an English city - Michael McCahill 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended See Chapter 1

    5. Surveillance, capital and resistance: theorizing the surveillance subject - Michael McCahill, Rachel L. Finn 2014

      Book Recommended See Chapter 1

    6. Routledge handbook of surveillance studies - David Lyon, Kevin D. Haggerty, Kirstie Ball 2012

      Book Recommended Chapter by Clive Norris

  5. Week 5: Urban Geographers: Surveillance in the City 12 items
    1. Surveillance, closed circuit television and social control - Clive Norris, Jade Moran, Gary Armstrong 1998

      Book Recommended

    2. City of quartz: excavating the future in Los Angeles - Mike Davis 2006

      Book Essential

    3. Ethical and social perspectives on situational crime prevention - Andrew Von Hirsch, David Garland, Alison Wakefield, University of Cambridge. Centre for Penal Theory and Penal Ethics 2000

      Book Recommended

    4. Visions of social control: crime, punishment and classification - Stanley Cohen 1985

      Book Recommended See Chapter 6

    5. Crime control and community: the new politics of public safety - Gordon Hughes, Adam Edwards 2002

      Book Recommended See Chapter by Coleman, Sim and Whyte

    6. Understanding social control: deviance, crime and social order - Martin Innes 2003

      Book Recommended See Chapter 7

    7. Managing cities: the new urban context - Patsy Healey 1995

      Book Background See the chapter by Kevin Robins

    8. Surveillance, closed circuit television and social control - Clive Norris, Jade Moran, Gary Armstrong 1998

      Book Recommended See chapter by Alan Reeve

    9. Post-Fordism: a reader - Ash Amin 1994

      Book Recommended See the chapter for Christopherson

  6. Week 6: Surveillance, Crime and Media 17 items
    1. Surveillance & crime - Roy Coleman, Michael McCahill 2011

      Book Essential Especially chapters 5-6

    2. The new politics of surveillance and visibility - Richard V. Ericson, Kevin D. Haggerty c2006

      Book Recommended See the chapter by Doyle

    3. Policing's New Visibility - A. J. Goldsmith 01/09/2010

      Article Essential

    4. Crime and media: a reader - Chris Greer 2010

      Book Recommended See section 6

    5. Policing the crisis: mugging, the state, and law and order - Stuart Hall 1978

      Book Recommended See Media chapters

    6. Criminal visions: media representations of crime and justice - Paul Mason 2003

      Book Recommended See chapters by Jermyn (2003) and by McCahill (2003)

    7. The new politics of surveillance and visibility - Richard V. Ericson, Kevin D. Haggerty c2006

      Book Essential See chapter by David Lyon

    8. Routledge handbook of surveillance studies - David Lyon, Kevin D. Haggerty, Kirstie Ball 2012

      Book Essential See chapter by McCahill

    9. The maximum surveillance society: the rise of CCTV - Clive Norris, Gary Armstrong 1999

      Book Recommended See chapter 4

    10. Measuring media oriented terrorism - Ray Surette, Kelly Hansen, Greg Noble 2009-7

      Article Essential

    11. Surveillance after September 11 - David Lyon 2003

      Book Recommended

  7. Week 7: The Social Construction of Technology (SCOT) Approach 9 items
    1. The maximum surveillance society: the rise of CCTV - Clive Norris, Gary Armstrong 1999

      Book Recommended

    2. Telecommunications and the city: electronic spaces, urban places - Stephen Graham, Simon Marvin 1996

      Book Background

    3. The social shaping of technology - Donald A. MacKenzie, Judy Wajcman 1999

      Book Background

    4. The social construction of technological systems: new directions in the sociology and history of technology - Wiebe E. Bijker, Thomas Parke Hughes, T. J. Pinch c2012

      Book Background

    5. CCTV: Beyond Penal Modernism? - Clive Norris, Michael McCahill 01/01/2006

      Article Essential

  8. Week 8: Big Data and the Snowden Revelations 17 items
    1. Big Data Surveillance: Introduction - Mark Andrejevic 2014/05/09

      Article Recommended

    2. After Snowden: Rethinking the Impact of Surveillance - Zygmunt Bauman, Didier Bigo, Paulo Esteves, Elspeth Guild 06/2014

      Article Recommended

    3. Is Big Data challenging criminology? - Janet Chan, Lyria Bennett Moses 02/2016

      Article Recommended

    4. Data politics - Evelyn Ruppert, Engin Isin, Didier Bigo 12/2017

      Article Recommended

    5. No place to hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA and the surveillance state - Glenn Greenwald 2015

      Book Recommended

  9. Week 9: Theorizing the Surveillance Subject 24 items
    1. Surveillance, capital and resistance: theorizing the surveillance subject - Michael McCahill, Rachel L. Finn 2014

      Book Essential

    2. Overseers of the poor: surveillance, resistance, and the limits of privacy - John Gilliom 2001

      Book Recommended

    3. Dark matters - Simone Browne 2015

      Book Recommended

    4. EXPOSURE - Kirstie Ball 08/2009

      Article Recommended

    5. Surveillance, closed circuit television and social control - Clive Norris, Jade Moran, Gary Armstrong 1998

      Book Recommended See chapter by Brown 'What's the Problem Girls'?

    6. Surveillance & crime - Roy Coleman, Michael McCahill 2011

      Book Essential See chapter 7

    7. Victimisation: theory, research, and policy - Pamela Davies, Peter Francis, Victor Jupp 2003

      Book Essential See the chapter by McCahill and Norris

    8. The new politics of surveillance and visibility - Richard V. Ericson, Kevin D. Haggerty c2006

      Book Essential See the chapter by John Gilliom

    9. Domination and the arts of resistance: hidden transcripts - James C. Scott 1990

      Book Recommended