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  • 1. Surveillance
  • 2. Traditional surveillance vs. New surveillance
  • 3. “ ...new surveillance relative to traditional surveillance has low visibility or is invisible.” (p. 50)
  • 4. What is the “myth of surveillance”? Do you see it in Canada? Do you see it closer to home?
  • 5. List the different types of surveillances you experience in...
    • House
    • School
    • Work
    • The Street
    • Shoppes
    • Others
  • 6. With all this surveillance, what do you think is the difference between a “police state” and a “democratic state”?
  • 7. “ Manipulation against direct coercion has become more prominent” (p.50) “ One way to think about the topic is to note that many of the kinds of surveillance once found only in high security military and prison settings are seeping into society at large” (p.51)
  • 8. “ In a democratic society, citizens and government engage in a reciprocal but distinct forms of mutual surveillance” (p.53) Do you feel like you watch our government?
  • 9. If you do, do you feel like you have power over the government? If not, how would you go about getting it?
  • 10. Have you ever used any of the “behavioural techniques of neutralization”?
    • Direct refusal
    • Discovery
    • Avoidance
    • Switching
    • Distorting
    • Countersurveillance
    • Cooperation
    • Blocking
    • Masquing