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Surveillance capitalism in America

Author: Josh Lauer; Kenneth Lipartito
Publisher: Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania Press [2021]
Series: Hagley perspectives on business and culture, vol. ?
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st editionView all editions and formats
Chap. 1. Enslaved watchmen : surveillance and sousveillance in Jamaica and the British Atlantic world / Caitlin Rosenthal and Cameron Black -- Chap. 2. The information bazaar : mail-order magazines and the Gilded Age trade in consumer data / Richard K. Popp -- Chap. 3. The case of the competing Pinkertons : managing reputation through the paperwork and bureaucracy of surveillance / Jamie L. Pietruska -- Chap. 4.

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Josh Lauer; Kenneth Lipartito
ISBN: 9780812253351 0812253353
OCLC Number: 1245500065
Accession No: (DE-627)1753309344 (DE-599)KXP1753309344 (OCoLC)1245500065
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description: pages cm
Contents: Introduction: Surveillance Under CapitalismJosh Lauer and Kenneth LipartitoChapter 1. Enslaved Watchmen: Surveillance and Sousveillance in Jamaica and the British Atlantic WorldCaitlin Rosenthal and Cameron BlackChapter 2. The Information Bazaar: Mail-Order Magazines and the Gilded Age Trade in Consumer DataRichard K. PoppChapter 3. The Case of the Competing Pinkertons: Managing Reputation Through the Paperwork and Bureaucracy of SurveillanceJamie L. PietruskaChapter 4. Mystery Shoppers and Self-Monitors: Managing Emotional Labor to Improve the Corporate ImageDaniel RobertChapter 5. The Watchful Gaze Behind the Welcoming Smile: Surveilling the Guest in American Hotels in the Interwar PeriodMegan EliasChapter 6. Seeing Straight: Policing Sexualities in 1930s Manhattan NightclubsJennifer Le ZotteChapter 7. High Priority: Business's War on Drugs and the Expansion of Surveillance in the United StatesJeremy MilloyChapter 8. Why Did Uptown Go Down in Flames? Uptown Cigarettes and the Targeted Marketing CrisisDan GuadagnoloChapter 9. Surveillance Capitalism Online: Cookies, Notice and Choice, and Web PrivacyMeg Leta JonesAfterwordSarah E. IgoNotesList of ContributorsIndexAcknowledgments
Series Title: Hagley perspectives on business and culture, vol. ?
Responsibility: edited by Josh Lauer and Kenneth Lipartito.


Surveillance Capitalism in America explores the historical development of commercial surveillance long before computers and suggests that a ubiquitous but often unseen surveillance infrastructure  Read more...


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