Book Review: Rachel E. Dubrofsky and Shoshana Amielle Magnet (Eds.), Feminist Surveillance Studies (International Journal of Communication)

Feminist Surveillance Studies is a welcomed contribution to the field of surveillance research. Founded in a critical feminist epistemology, the book encompasses eleven chapters covering a broad range of subjects and perspectives. Together, the various authors provide sound theoretical foundations to think of the values embedded in the design of surveillance infrastructures in general, by no means
circumscribed to digital technologies.


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