The Triumph of Profiling

Inhaltsverzeichnis

* 1. Profiles: The Development of a Format
* A Conceptual History of the Profile in the Twentieth Century
* The Triumph of the Self-Made Profile
* Profiles and the Culture of Job Applications
* Constants of External Control
* Cyberspace and Profiles: From the Boundless to the Captive Self
* 2. Locations: GPS and the Aesthetics of Suspicion
* The History of Satellite Navigation
* On the Way to Locating Individuals
* Paradoxes of Location
* Electronic Ankle Bracelets
* Location-Based Games
* 3. Cavity Searches: Bodily Measurements and the Quantified-Self Movement
* Fitbit
* Genealogies of Self-Tracking
* Measuring, Classifying, Discriminating
* Introspection and Data Generation
* Lifting the Veil
* Witnesses for the Prosecution
* 4. The Forgotten Fear of Registration
* The Drama of the Census
* The Police as a Catalyst of Electronic Registration
* The Semantics of the Net
* The Glamour of Datafication
* 1984 from Today's Perspective
* Stigmatization and Self-Design
* 5. The Power of Internalization
* Competitive Individuality
* The Governability of the Self in Digital Culture
* Notes
* Works Cited
* Index

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The Self in Digital Culture

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

22.07.2019

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John Wiley & Sons Inc

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200

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21,8/14,2/2 cm

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"How did surveillance technologies evolve from a sinister past in the panopticon prison or the state police to a contemporary scenario where tracking apps run ubiquitously on the mobile phones of billions of people? In this engaging cultural history of measurement and quantification technologies, Andreas Bernard shows how the technology of profiling migrated from criminology into mainstream use, and how the Web changed from a mythology of mobility and boundlessness to one of location and fixity. Have we fulfilled the dreams of totalitarian governments? Or does today's infrastructure facilitate some other, new form of society?"
Alexander R. Galloway, author of The Interface Effect

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

22.07.2019

Verlag

John Wiley & Sons Inc

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200

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21,8/14,2/2 cm

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363 g

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1. Auflage

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Valentine A. Pakis

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Englisch

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978-1-5095-3629-0

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  • The Triumph of Profiling
  • * 1. Profiles: The Development of a Format
    * A Conceptual History of the Profile in the Twentieth Century
    * The Triumph of the Self-Made Profile
    * Profiles and the Culture of Job Applications
    * Constants of External Control
    * Cyberspace and Profiles: From the Boundless to the Captive Self
    * 2. Locations: GPS and the Aesthetics of Suspicion
    * The History of Satellite Navigation
    * On the Way to Locating Individuals
    * Paradoxes of Location
    * Electronic Ankle Bracelets
    * Location-Based Games
    * 3. Cavity Searches: Bodily Measurements and the Quantified-Self Movement
    * Fitbit
    * Genealogies of Self-Tracking
    * Measuring, Classifying, Discriminating
    * Introspection and Data Generation
    * Lifting the Veil
    * Witnesses for the Prosecution
    * 4. The Forgotten Fear of Registration
    * The Drama of the Census
    * The Police as a Catalyst of Electronic Registration
    * The Semantics of the Net
    * The Glamour of Datafication
    * 1984 from Today's Perspective
    * Stigmatization and Self-Design
    * 5. The Power of Internalization
    * Competitive Individuality
    * The Governability of the Self in Digital Culture
    * Notes
    * Works Cited
    * Index