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Foucault and Surveillance

The work of Michel Foucault has become increasingly important in the context of our contemporary understanding of concepts of power and control and this PowerPoint presentation illustrates Professor Clive Norris' analysis of some of Foucault’s key ideas about surveillance.

Key concepts covered in this Presentation:

• Disciplinary power

• Surveillance as a form of social control

• Induced conformity

• Anticipatory conformity

• The panoptican prison

Foucault and Surveillance

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