9 edition of Borders, Mobility and Technologies of Control found in the catalog.
August 18, 2006
Written in English
|Contributions||Sharon Pickering (Editor), Leanne Weber (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
“Transnational repression” is a term used to describe how countries silence their exiles and diasporas abroad. It encompasses a spectrum of tactics, from assassinations, to renditions, to spyware, to intimidation of exiles’ family members who have stayed behind. As a transnational phenomenon. with the adoption of new technologies for border control and surveillance and the development of integrated systems for entering, exchange and storage of data, will facilitate the movement of people and products without endangering security. The FICCI-PwC report on Smart border .
People, borders, trajectories: an approach to cross-border mobility and immobility in and to the European Union Martin van der Velde and Ton van Naerssen Nijmegen Centre for Border Research, Human Geography, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen, HK Nijmegen, The Netherlands Email: [email protected] The suggested framework points at the emergence of a global mobility regime that actively seeks to contain social movement both within and across borders. The mobility regime is theorized as premised upon a pervasive “paradigm of suspicion” that conflates the perceived threats of crime, immigration, and terrorism, thus constituting a.
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"Borders, mobility and technologies of control is a radical exploration of new terrain in transnational and comparative criminology.
Crossing disciplinary boundaries, this collection charts new forms of transgression and control in the borderlands, raising new theoretical questions and topics for research.". Borders, Mobility and Technologies of Control - Kindle edition by Pickering, Sharon, Weber, Leanne.
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"Borders, Mobility and Technologies of Control provides a model of criminological inquiry that is global in scope, constructionist in vision, and capable of combining the insights of dialogic and. Get this from a library. Borders, mobility and technologies of control. [Sharon Pickering; Leanne Weber;] -- Territorial borders are taking on a significance, the implications of which are relatively unexplored within Mobility and Technologies of Control book discipline of criminology.
This book presents the attempt to develop a critical. BORDERS, MOBILITY AND TECHNOLOGIES OF CONTROL. This book also maps border struggles that follow these processes, analyses the creation of labour "reserves" in the region, and examines the role that technology – in particular smartphones and social media - play in regulating mobility and creating social change.
In Pickering, Sharon & Weber, Leanne (Eds.) Borders, mobility and technologies of control. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. Territorial borders are taking on a new significance, the implications of which are relatively unexplored within the discipline of criminology.
Cite this chapter as: Pickering S., Weber L. () Borders, Mobility and Technologies of Control. In: Pickering S., Weber L. (eds) Borders, mobility and technologies. M3 - Chapter (Book) SN - X. SP - 1. EP - BT - Borders, Mobility and Technologies of Control.
A2 - Pickering, Sharon. A2 - Weber, Leanne. PB - Springer. CY - Dordrecht The Netherlands. ER - Pickering SJ, Weber L. Borders, mobility and technologies of control. In Pickering S, Weber L, editors, Borders, Mobility and Technologies of Cited by: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Borders, Mobility and Technologies of Control / Sharon Pickering and Leanne Weber --The Shifting Frontiers of Migration Control / Leanne Weber --Border Narratives / Sharon Pickering --Global Flows, Semi-permeable Borders and New Channels of.
The convergence of intense human mobilities, financial flows, economic turbulence, and heightened securitization of borders make this a crucial period in which to study the implementation and impact of new mobility regimes and ‘‘smart borders.’’1 This also requires attention to the effects of shifting discourses, representations, and ideologies of im/mobility and opening/closure of.
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Borders, mobility and technologies of control. This book presents the first systematic attempt to develop a critical criminology of the border and offers a unique treatment of the impact of globalisation and mobility.
It focuses on borders and the significance of the activities which take place on and around them. For many the border is an. Smart Borders Increasing security without sacrificing mobility 3 Executive Summary 5 Introduction 6 Trends from Across the Globe 8 Emerging solutions for Smart Borders 10 1.
Make a safer border by employing risk based decision-making 12 2. Improve standardization by normalizing data requirements and partnering across borders 14 3. This book tests the approach that three crucial thresholds need to be crossed before mobility occurs; the individual’s mindset about migrating, the choice of destination and perception of crossing borders to that location and the specific routes and spatial trajectories available to get there.
One of the biggest challenges facing the Asia-Pacific region in the 21st century is the large scale cross-border movement of people.
This book explores: sovereignty; security issues and border-management strategies of major states, in the face of intensified transnational economic and social processes; and the expanding global governance regime. Open Borders Increasing Mobility of People Increasing Mobility of People Trade Demand for Services • The border is more than the traditional border crossing points.
It is a particular challenge for states with long and complex land borders (such as the US-Mexico or the Saudi Arabia-Iraq border) or in the maritime environment where a crossable.
As the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union, the role, purpose, and health of the country’s borders have been called into question. In an effort to address these concerns, and move towards charting a technologically feasible path for the future, Leidos and the New Statesman gathered a group of policymakers, industry experts and researchers to discuss the pressing matters of.
the Border Research in Instrumented Construction Project identifies cameras, sensors, and other technology that can be applied on or near a smart wall via ground, surface, air, subsurface, and.
Borders and boundaries, commonly defined as the lines dividing distinct political, social, or legal territories, are arguably the most ubiquitous features within the field of political geography.
Indeed, borders have become prominent topics of research for a range of scholars from across the social sciences and humanities.border control has evolved from “narrow” protection of territory by the border guard to a complex high-technology process, leading to a wider concept of border security including large-scale data management in cyberspace (Heiskanenpp.
69–70). Meanwhile, the policy debate on border control in Europe features the effects of differ.border’, biometric borders extend the governing of mobility into domains that regulate multiple aspects of daily life.
Subject to biopower, the crossing of a physical territorial border is only one border crossing in a limitless series of journeys that traverse and inscribe the boundaries.