Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HV7431 .R454 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 229 pages|
|Number of Pages||229|
|ISBN 10||1479803928, 1479878111|
|ISBN 10||9781479803927, 9781479878116|
|LC Control Number||2016047070|
Citizen Spies shows how “If You See Something, Say Something” is more than just a new homeland security program; it has been an essential civic responsibility throughout the history of the United States. Taking the long view of the history of the citizen spy, this book offers a much-needed perspective for those interested in how we. Citizen Spies by Joshua Reeves is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late February. Reeves describes feelings of safety as overwhelming one's human nature to harm someone (often discriminatingly) in defense of their life and property, in the guise of a hyper-vigilant neighborhood watch, feelings of hostility and contamination toward cultural groups, the use of social media outlets against /5. Citizen Spies Book Description: The history of recruiting citizens to spy on each other in the United since the revelations of whistleblower Edward Snowden, we think about surveillance as the data-tracking digital technologies used by the likes of Google, the . In Citizen Spy, Michael Kackman investigates how media depictions of the slick, smart, and resolute spy have been embedded in the American imagination. Looking at secret agents on television and the relationships among networks, producers, government bureaus, and the viewing public in the s and s, Kackman explores how Americans see themselves in times of political and cultural crisis.
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Citizen Spies shows how “If You See Something, Taking the long view of the history of the citizen spy, this book offers a much-needed perspective for those interested in how we arrived at our current moment in surveillance culture and contextualizes contemporary trends in by: 2. citizen spies: the long rise of america's surveillance society (new york university press, ) (From the jacket): The history of recruiting citizens to spy on each other in the United States. Ever since the revelations of whistleblower Edward Snowden, we think about surveillance as the data-tracking digital technologies used by the likes of. Citizen Spies is two very different books: one a failure, one a success. The failure is the bizarre restriction of the evidence Joshua Reeves allows readers to know. The success is that he uses. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Citizen Spies: The Long Rise of America's Surveillance Society (Hardcover) at