Technologies of Biosurveillance: Bodily Regulation through the Lens of Ordinary Affection
There is a growing academic literature that scrutinises the effects of technologies deployed to surveil the physical bodies of citizens. Here, we consider 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, this paper examines the mundane practices of biosurveillance in...[Show more]
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