STEPHEN GILL GLOBAL PANOPTICON
THE GLOBAL PANOPTICON - Stephen Gill
1 THE GLOBAL PANOPTICON? The neo-liberal state, economic life and democratic surveillance1 Stephen Gill One impoverishes the question of power if one poses it simply in terms of
The Global Panopticon? The Neoliberal State, Economic Life
Stephen Gill. Alternatives 1995 20: 1, 1-49 Download Citation. The Global Panopticon? The Neoliberal State, Economic Life, and Democratic Surveillance Show all authors. Stephen Gill * Stephen Gill * Department of Political Science, York University, North York, Ontario, M3J 1P3, Canada[PDF]
3. Finance, production and panopticism: inequality, risk
Stephen Gill Recent growth in the power of capital, relative to labour and in the way it reconstitutes certain ideas, identities and interests, and forms of state, is the primary political content of the processes of globalisation, but this content is always localised and
Global Crises and the Crisis of Global Leadership edited
‘In this wide-ranging, interdisciplinary volume, radical political economist Stephen Gill and his collaborators trace the economic, political, social and ecological crisis-tendencies within contemporary global capitalism and trace their ramifications for emergent forms of political agency and leadership both in the global North and the global South.
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Alternatives 2 (1995), 1-49 The Global Panopticon? The Neoliberal State, Economic Life, and Democratic Surveillance Stephen Gill* One impoverishes the question of power if one poses it simply in terms of legislation and constitution . . . thestate and the state ap- paratus. Power is more complicated, dense and pervasive. . . .
A Dialectic of Utopia/Dystopia in the Public Imagination
Apr 20, 2017projects of global governance that seek to create a US controlled “global panopticon,” a post-modern dystopia that seeks to put everyone and everything under constant 24/7 monitoring by the Pentagon and NSA. This project is intended to inscribe the disciplinary gaze of its imperial power on everyday life, facilitated by the social
4 The Global Panopticon by a more sustained consideration
4 The Global Panopticon ? by a more sustained consideration ofhow these new technologies are being used to increase exploitation and oppression. My substantive purpose in this essay is to generate a number of hy- potheses concerning ways to explain and to challenge such exploita- tion and oppression.[PDF]
Critical Perspectives on the Crisis of Global Governance
I earlier called a ‘global panopticon’ (Gill 1995b): technologies of power premised upon the dystopian vision of placing everyone and everything under ongoing and constant surveillance – or at least everything that moves through the Internet and other interconnected transactional and electronic communications mechanisms.2
Globalization, Market Civilization and Disciplinary
For an elaboration of this historical bloc, see Stephen Gill and David Law, ‘Global Hegemony and the Structural Power of Capital’, International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 36, No. 4 (1989), pp. 475–99.
Stephen Gill - Google Scholar Citations
This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. Stephen Gill. Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science, York University. Understanding global disorder, 65-99, 1995. 191: 1995: Innovation and transformation in international studies.