Suspect Subjects: Affects of Bodily Regulation
There is a growing body of academic literature that scrutinises the effects of technologies deployed to surveil the physical bodies of citizens. This paper considers the role of affect; that is, the visceral and emotive forces underpinning conscious forms of knowing that can drive one�s thoughts, feelings and movements. Drawing from research on two distinctly different groups of surveilled subjects � paroled sex offenders and elite athletes � it examines the effects of biosurveillance in their...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy|
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