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The Ubiquitous View: Surveillance, Imagination, and the Power of Being Seen

Jörn Ahrens, Mediarep, Philipps Universität Marburg
2019 On_Culture  
conditions of obvious social and political surveillance.  ...  Today, how-ever, especially due to processes of an ongoing digitalization, surveillance is becom-ing a mode of self-expression, experiencing a shift towards its habituation and nor-malization within social  ...  as private property and commercial space.  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/4069 fatcat:7ainpsynlrhyzfupxb7whjtqgm

Anonymity Versus Privacy in a Control Society

Rachel Melis
2019 Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies  
From a legal perspective, highlighting the nuances between privacy and anonymity helps us to understand the extent to which our speech and behaviors are becoming increasingly more constrained in the digital  ...  Through the lens of surveillance, everything we do and say can be potentially categorized as a "threat." Our technological devices become the means by which social control becomes informationalized.  ...  These transactions can be social interactions as in publicity and exposure in social networking or financial transactions in terms of consumer behavior.  ... 
doi:10.24242/jclis.v2i2.75 fatcat:ylb4fpwjubdwndp5sgcme3tkze

An Exploration of Middle and High School Students' Perceptions of Deviant Behavior When Using Computers and the Internet

Annie J. Daniel
2005 The Journal of Technology Studies  
Thus, som e thesis and dissertation copies are in typewriter face, while others may be from any type of computer printer.  ...  In the unlikely event that the author did not send UMI a complete manuscript and there are missing pages, these will be noted.  ...  It is highly recommended that students' time online is supervised and coupled with a program that will monitor or control their online activity.Working computer in the home, the majority o f the students  ... 
doi:10.21061/jots.v31i2.a.2 fatcat:5mgfkcwwk5cx5b6c75jdqykr6u

Psychological Contract Violation or Basic Need Frustration? Psychological Mechanisms Behind the Effects of Workplace Bullying

Philipp E. Sischka, André Melzer, Alexander F. Schmidt, Georges Steffgen
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Self-reported data were collected among employees with different working backgrounds (N = 1,257) via Amazon's Mechanical Turk in an online survey.  ...  bullying exposure and well-being, attitudinal, and behavioral outcomes.  ...  In contrast, this is not necessarily the case for the measures of work motivation, work performance, and workplace deviance that may suffer from greater influence by social desirability.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.627968 pmid:33897535 pmcid:PMC8062865 fatcat:gzp566jw4nfsheup2iaizzv4fm

Understanding the Experience-Centeredness of Privacy and Security Technologies

Paul Dunphy, John Vines, Lizzie Coles-Kemp, Rachel Clarke, Vasilis Vlachokyriakos, Peter Wright, John McCarthy, Patrick Olivier
2014 Proceedings of the 2014 workshop on New Security Paradigms Workshop - NSPW '14  
We conclude by proposing a research agenda that begins to illustrate how the discourse and methods of experience-centered design might serve to provide valuable alternative perspectives on new and enduring  ...  However, in HCI research more generally there has long been an awareness of the need to understand and design for user experience, in recognition of the complex and multi-faceted role that technology now  ...  and the hunted when conducting themselves online, and would promiscuously seek information about others, without any reflection on this as a negative or anti-social behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2683467.2683475 dblp:conf/nspw/DunphyVCCVWMO14 fatcat:peb2qwe2lrgqvdzie32awosupe

Looking for Gender: Gender Roles and Behaviors Among Online Gamers

Dmitri Williams, Mia Consalvo, Scott Caplan, Nick Yee
2009 Journal of Communication  
The findings have implications for gender theory and communication-oriented methods in games and online research-most notably for the use of self-reported time spent, which was systematically incorrect  ...  Several hypotheses regarding the importance of gender and relationships were tested by combining a large survey dataset with unobtrusive behavioral data from 1 year of play.  ...  and to avoid a self-image of deviance.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1460-2466.2009.01453.x fatcat:5x3pqfmgbjbgnfgyxukuujrhmm

Introduction to Sociology

Jan Hullum, Henry L. Tischler
1992 Teaching sociology  
The socialization and academic education of a child are aided by the involvement of the student, parent(s), teachers, and others in the community and extended family.  ...  Early and consistent parental involvement in the child's life is critical such as reading to children at an early age, teaching patterns, interpersonal communication skills, exposing them to diverse cultures  ...  The following three research examples are interesting in that they explore both primary and secondary socialization and do so from varying perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1319071 fatcat:rxcgwqis7naifavxxafsi7qhja

Introduction to Sociology

Michael Klausner, M. C. Taylor, L. H. Rhyne, S. J. Rosenthal, K. Dogbe
1988 Teaching sociology  
The socialization and academic education of a child are aided by the involvement of the student, parent(s), teachers, and others in the community and extended family.  ...  Early and consistent parental involvement in the child's life is critical such as reading to children at an early age, teaching patterns, interpersonal communication skills, exposing them to diverse cultures  ...  The following three research examples are interesting in that they explore both primary and secondary socialization and do so from varying perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1318165 fatcat:2xtwseuvgbgpddilw4guwace2q

An Introduction to Sociology

B. I. Chukwukere
1970 Sociology  
The socialization and academic education of a child are aided by the involvement of the student, parent(s), teachers, and others in the community and extended family.  ...  Early and consistent parental involvement in the child's life is critical such as reading to children at an early age, teaching patterns, interpersonal communication skills, exposing them to diverse cultures  ...  The following three research examples are interesting in that they explore both primary and secondary socialization and do so from varying perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.1177/003803857000400122 fatcat:xsvsvt2gt5fkjiingsliivi2ga

Introduction to Sociology

Gregg Lee Carter, L. A. Coser, S. L. Nock, P. A. Steffan, B. Rhea
1988 Teaching sociology  
The socialization and academic education of a child are aided by the involvement of the student, parent(s), teachers, and others in the community and extended family.  ...  Early and consistent parental involvement in the child's life is critical such as reading to children at an early age, teaching patterns, interpersonal communication skills, exposing them to diverse cultures  ...  The following three research examples are interesting in that they explore both primary and secondary socialization and do so from varying perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1317539 fatcat:vdifvspcu5cmbd2vyt35lbdnvy

An Introduction to Sociology

Fuad Baali, J. E. Goldthorpe
1969 Social Forces  
The socialization and academic education of a child are aided by the involvement of the student, parent(s), teachers, and others in the community and extended family.  ...  Early and consistent parental involvement in the child's life is critical such as reading to children at an early age, teaching patterns, interpersonal communication skills, exposing them to diverse cultures  ...  The following three research examples are interesting in that they explore both primary and secondary socialization and do so from varying perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2575310 fatcat:arq2yphd35eqffkv66cu6yirqm

An Introduction to Sociology

Ralph A. Gallagher, Ernest R. Groves, Harry Estill Moore
1941 The American Catholic Sociological Review  
The socialization and academic education of a child are aided by the involvement of the student, parent(s), teachers, and others in the community and extended family.  ...  Early and consistent parental involvement in the child's life is critical such as reading to children at an early age, teaching patterns, interpersonal communication skills, exposing them to diverse cultures  ...  The following three research examples are interesting in that they explore both primary and secondary socialization and do so from varying perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3706555 fatcat:2rgrzwvvgff6nn3vznasiafysi

Introduction to Sociology

JOHN VAIZEY
1970 Nature  
The socialization and academic education of a child are aided by the involvement of the student, parent(s), teachers, and others in the community and extended family.  ...  Early and consistent parental involvement in the child's life is critical such as reading to children at an early age, teaching patterns, interpersonal communication skills, exposing them to diverse cultures  ...  The following three research examples are interesting in that they explore both primary and secondary socialization and do so from varying perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.1038/228480a0 fatcat:4nwdkht5ejhljoht26fhuf4rci

An Introduction to Sociology

Ernest R. Groves, Harry Estill Moore
1946 Journal of Educational Sociology  
The socialization and academic education of a child are aided by the involvement of the student, parent(s), teachers, and others in the community and extended family.  ...  Early and consistent parental involvement in the child's life is critical such as reading to children at an early age, teaching patterns, interpersonal communication skills, exposing them to diverse cultures  ...  The following three research examples are interesting in that they explore both primary and secondary socialization and do so from varying perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2264021 fatcat:qsvafcijyjay3jwesxss4tuqlu

Introduction to Sociology

Ben Agger, Theodor W. Adorno, Christoph Godde, Edmund Jephcott
2001 Contemporary Sociology  
The socialization and academic education of a child are aided by the involvement of the student, parent(s), teachers, and others in the community and extended family.  ...  Early and consistent parental involvement in the child's life is critical such as reading to children at an early age, teaching patterns, interpersonal communication skills, exposing them to diverse cultures  ...  The following three research examples are interesting in that they explore both primary and secondary socialization and do so from varying perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3089045 fatcat:cfmaaxnoafhwnmk5elrrocar74
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