Surveillance & Society

Editor(s): Torin Monahan (Editor-in-Chief)


Surveillance & Society is the premier journal of surveillance studies. Surveillance & Society exists to: publish innovative and transdisciplinary work on surveillance; encourage understanding of approaches to surveillance in different academic disciplines; promote understanding of surveillance in wider society; encourage policy and political debate about surveillance.


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