Review of Taylor and Rooney's Surveillance Futures: Social and Ethical Implications of New Technologies for Children and Young People

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Ask Risom Bøge

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Emmeline Taylor and Tonya Rooney's anthology 'Surveillance Futures' is reviewed in this paper. It is argued that this new book is an important and timely contribution to studies of surveillance and childhood. It offers a broad and highly interdisciplinary understanding of how new surveillance technologies affect children's lives and blur the boundaries between familiy life, school life and social life.    


 

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