Seriously Social Surveillance: A Cafe Dana Talk at the Science Museum

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Seriously Social Surveillance: A Cafe Dana Talk at the Science Museum

  1. 1. SERIOUSLY SOCIAL SURVEILLANCE Dr Mariann Hardey Café Sci Dana @sciencemuseum Wednesday May 13th 2009
  2. 2. SAME DOG, NEW TRICKS NOT a dog, July 1993 Always a dog
  3. 3. A JANE DOE
  4. 4. ‘SHARE WITH MORE PEOPLE’   Janehas a Friend Request from an ‘old school pal’.   Darren found Jane’s and Polly’s through an ‘easy’ Google name search.   Darren has access to Jane and Polly’s latest pictures on Flickr.
  5. 5. SOCIAL NEWS   Janeand colleagues have a meeting with the Head of Department about ‘improper images on Facebook’.   News from big sis Polly comes via Twitter.
  6. 6. YOU’RE INVITED!
  7. 7. PARTY!
  8. 8. JANE LIVES CONSTANTLY CONNECTED   Updates are sent direct to her mobile phone. This means that she is ‘always available’ and ‘constantly connected’.   Jane does not always know when others are reading or retrieving information about her, and this can be ‘an issue’.
  9. 9. PEOPLE LIKE JANE   Acutely aware of social actions about their networks e.g. through Twitter, Facebook YouTube, Flickr etc.   Expect to up-to-date social information and engage with others regularly via social media   Take for granted ubiquitous access and being able to get in touch at ‘any time’ with friends   Have an awareness of a distinction between public and private information
  10. 10. PEOPLE NOT LIKE JANE   Do not use social media   Do not have a profile on a Social Network Site (SNS)   Do not share information with networks   Are seen as at risk of being a ‘social outcast’
  11. 11. A SURVEILLED SENSIBILITY   ‘Opt in’, OR to ‘opt out’.   Constant monitoring   Seek empowerment through social surveillance e.g. as a way to protect and/or promote an individuals social rating = Popular   THUS increasingly we experience a range of surveillance techniques as a single and collaborative phenomenon   Always expected to be aware of others
  12. 12. ARE WE BECOMING MORE LIKE JANE?...   Social technology is smaller, broader in scope, more accessible and easier to use.   We are all capable of everyday micro surveillance; of ourselves and our networks…
  13. 13. SERIOUSLY SOCIAL SURVEILLANCE
  14. 14. I suggest SSS as the way we increasingly manage, influence and prioritise daily life…
  15. 15. IN SHORT. WE LIVE LIFE
  16. 16. MY SOCIAL SURVEILLANCE I am here: email: Mariann@mariannhardey.net mazphd Maz Hardey Website: http://mariannhardey.googlepages.com/aboutme I write: http://properfacebooketiquette.blogspot.com/

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