The SAGE Encyclopedia of Surveillance, Security, and Privacy, 1st Edition

  • Bruce A. Arrigo California School of Professional Psychology
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 148335993X
  • ISBN-13: 9781483359939
  • DDC: 323.44
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 256 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2018 | Published/Released May 2018
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2018

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Overview

In all levels of social structure, from the personal to the political to the economic to the judicial, this encyclopedia uncovers and explains how surveillance has come to be an integral part of how our contemporary society operates worldwide and how it impacts our security and privacy.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Dedication.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Other Frontmatter.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editor.
Contributors.
Introduction.
1: Abortion.
2: Abu Ghraib.
3: Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006.
4: Adorno, Theodor W..
5: Advertising and Marketing Research.
6: Aerial Reconnaissance and Surveillance.
7: Agency.
8: Airport Security.
9: Airport Terminal Security Screenings.
10: Al Qaeda.
11: Alcoholics Anonymous.
12: AMBER Alerts.
13: American Civil Liberties Union and Electronic Privacy Information Center.
14: American Protective League.
15: Amnesty International.
16: Anarchism.
17: Ancient Greek Surveillance.
18: Anonymous.
19: Anti-Defamation League.
20: Antiglobalization.
21: Antinuclear Movement.
22: Antipsychiatry Movement.
23: Antiwar Movement, History in United States.
24: Antiwar Protest Surveillance, 1960s.
25: Apartheid.
26: Apple.
27: Arab Spring.
28: ATM Cards.
29: Australia.
30: Authoritarianism.
31: Autonomy.
32: Beck, Ulrech.
33: Beijing, China, Surveillance in.
34: Benjamin, Walter.
35: Bentham, Jeremy.
36: Berlin Wall.
37: Biblical Surveillance.
38: Big Data.
39: Bill of Rights.
40: Bioengineering.
41: Bioinformatics.
42: Biometrics.
43: Biopolitical Tattooing.
44: Biosurveillance.
45: Blockades.
46: Border Patrol Checkpoints.
47: Botnets.
48: Brazil.
49: Breathometer and Breathalyzer Machines.
50: Brown v. Board of Education (1954).
51: Camp David Accords.
52: Canada.
53: Capital Punishment.
54: Carrier Pigeons.
55: Castration, Chemical.
56: Castration, Surgical.
57: Catholic Church and the Sexual Abuse of Minors.
58: Cell Phone Tracking.
59: Central Intelligence Agency.
60: Chain Gangs.
61: Chicago, Illinois, Surveillance in.
62: China.
63: Choice: Security or Civil Liberties.
64: Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (2010).
65: Citizenship.
66: Citywide Sweeps of the Homeless.
67: Civil Commitment.
68: Civil Disobedience.
69: Civil Liberties.
70: Civil Rights Movement.
71: Civil War.
72: Closed-Circuit Television.
73: Cloud Computing.
74: COINTELPRO.
75: Cold War.
76: Colonialism.
77: Commodification of the Body.
78: Communication Studies.
79: Community.
80: Computer Surveillance.
81: Concentration Camps.
82: Constructivism.
83: Cookies.
84: Copenhagen School.
85: Copwatch.
86: Corporate Personhood.
87: Corporate Surveillance.
88: Cosmopolitanism.
89: Counterintelligence.
90: Creeping.
91: Crime.
92: Crime Control.
93: Crime Mapping.
94: Critical Security Studies.
95: Cuba.
96: Cuban Missile Crisis.
97: Cults.
98: Cultural Studies.
99: Curfews.
100: Cyberbullying.
101: Cybercities.
102: Cybermarketing.
103: Cybermurder.
104: Cyberprostitution.
105: Cybersecurity Legislation.
106: Cyberstalking.
107: Cybertheft.
108: Cyberwar.
109: Data Mining and Profiling in Big Data.
110: Data Mining and Profiling in Social Network Analysis.
111: Data-Doubles.
112: Dataveillance.
113: Death Row.
114: Deleuze, Gilles, and Félix Guattari.
115: Deportation.
116: Détente.
117: Deviance.
118: Dictators and Dictatorships.
119: Digital Divide.
120: Digital Passwords.
121: Diplomacy.
122: Diplomatic Envoys.
123: Disease Model in Psychiatry.
124: Disinformation Campaigns.
125: Djibouti.
126: DNA Technology.
127: Domestic Terrorist Groups.
128: Drone Strikes.
129: Drones, Commercial Applications of.
130: Drug Testing.
131: Drug Testing Kits.
132: Drug Therapy.
133: Drug Trafficking.
134: Dumpster Diving.
135: E-Government.
136: Electronic Harassment.
137: Electronic Restraint Devices.
138: Electronic Surveillance.
139: Email.
140: Embargoes.
141: Emergency Alert Systems.
142: Eminent Domain.
143: Environmental Security.
144: Equality.
145: Espionage.
146: Espionage in Ancient Egypt.
147: Ethics.
148: Ethiopia.
149: Eugenics Industrial Complex.
150: European Convention on Human Rights.