iSpy has 26 ratings and 1 review. Lynn said: This book introduces the idea of what Dr. Andrejevic calls the “digital enclosure,” which suggests the dysto. In iSpy, Andrejevic poses real challenges for our digital future. Amazingly detailed, compellingly readable, it warns that we need to temper our enthusiasm for. iSpy: Surveillance and Power in the Interactive Era. Lawrence: PDF download for Review: Andrejevic, Mark. (). iSpy: Surveillance, Article Information.
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Patrick Lopez rated it really liked it May 17, Since the inception of mar- keting, advertisers have andrejevvic to ensure that their andrjeevic is as focused as possible, and the digital enclosure is able to customize and personalize marketing by collecting a great deal of data about each individual consumer through surveillance processes. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Zainab marked it as to-read Feb 02, Jacqueline marked it as to-read Jan 07, Richard Smith rated it really liked it Jan iispy, Many contend that our proliferating interactive media empower individuals and democratize society. Refresh and try again. Thus, through acts of ostensible participation, media audiences are providing free labor by allowing their personal information to be mined by marketers.
From Amazon to iTunes, cell phones to GPS devices, Google to TiVo—all of these products and services give us an expansive sense of choice, access, and participation.
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For Andrejevic, the logic of total surveillance was set up by the logic of more traditional mass media, and the dig- ital enclosure is merely the totalizing dystopian extension of andrejefic logic. Rebecca marked it as to-read Jun 21, Andrejevic goes further and suggests that aandrejevic practices of mining personal data and creating extensive databases of these data—already a practice of dig- ital corporations—can be used in the name of national security by the government.
Amazingly detailed, compellingly readable, andreevic warns that we need to temper our enthusiasm for these technologies with a better understanding of the threats they pose-to be able to distinguish between interactivity as centralized control and as collaborative participation. Whether you’re purchasing groceries with your Safeway “club card” or casting a vote on American Idol, that data is being collected.
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Bri added it Jun 02, These limits are exercised as data is demanded of us in exchange for convenience and speed. Thus, in this book, Andrejevic points to the ubiquity of surveillance cameras, GPS tracking features in mobile phones, and the increasingly sophisticated ways in which social media jspy are able to mine personal data and harvest it for analysis and sale.
Russell Johnson rated it it was amazing Apr 16, Andrejevic opens up the world of digital rights management and the data trail each of us leaves-data about our locations, preferences, or life events that are already put to use in various economic, political, and social contexts. Andrejevic opens up the world of digital rights management and the data trail each of us leaves-data about our locations, preferences, or life events that are already put to use in various economic, political, and social contexts.
Andrejevic notes that U. Within this schema, the participation andejevic by discourses of interactivity within the digital enclosure is ulti- mately manipulative rather than deliberative.
iSpy: Surveillance and Power in the Interactive Era
From inside the book. Natalie marked it as to-read Dec 19, Not only does the digital enclosure allow workers to constantly provide labor to cor- porations, it does so in an increasingly efficient manner. CultureAmerica 1 – 10 of 42 books. Although the tone of the book tends to be quite pessimistic about the democratic possibility andrejevuc interactivity through new media, Andrejevic does close with some potential solutions to the problem.
Furthermore, he is concerned with the ways in which this constant surveillance has become normalized, as these citizens and consumers have become complicit with the work of being watched and not only accept it as the status quo but celebrate the con- struction of a digital enclosure as somehow democratic in nature.
Surveillance and Power in the Interactive Era. Amazingly detailed, compellingly readable, it warns that we need to temper our enthusiasm for these technologies with a better understanding of the threats they pose-to be able to distinguish between interactivity anrejevic centralized control and as collaborative participation. No eBook isoy Amazon. Jonathan Crossley rated it liked it Sep 08, Michael is currently reading it Apr 24, Other books in the series.
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Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Chocolateraine rated it really liked it May 08, For him, andrejevc logic of a digital enclosure promises a democratic form of par- ticipation but ultimately falls short of that promise.
iSpy: Surveillance and Power in the Interactive Era by Mark Andrejevic
Books by Mark Andrejevic. In both cases, the asymmetric surveillance benefits economic and political elites while neglecting the best interests of everyday consumers and citizens.
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Remember me on this computer. However, his model suggests that the potential for such deliberation is rapidly waning in a world that is increasingly adhering to the logic of the digital enclosure.