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Journal of Governance and Development (JGD)
Secrecy in government is almost always perceived as being antithetical to accountability and transparency in the conduct of democratic government. ... This paper aims to address the dearth of research on government secrecy and security classifications in the context of integrity management in Malaysia. ... Therefore the objectives of this article are to: (i) examine the nature and facet of government secrecy and security classifications in general; (ii) identify how government secrecy and security classifications ...doi:10.32890/jgd2020.16.1.6 fatcat:x5mjhnkv45h5ln3x6b5ukho4l4
Matthew Potolsky's brilliantly woven The National Security Sublime: On the Aesthetics of Government Secrecy offers a powerful and engaging discussion of national security and government secrecy. ... Potolsky has made a massive contribution to the study of government secrecy that is sure to spark future research concerning the intersection of national security and aesthetics. ... Through whistleblowers, news reports, governmental documents, and most impressively, media, Potolsky's The National Security Sublime: On the Aesthetics of Government Secrecy, argues that these conventions ...doi:10.31979/2377-6188.2021.020211 fatcat:dtp36txcsjhlrm24gj6p7znyd4
Secrecy also naturally provokes secrecy ; wu secret government makes a secret opposition inevitable. ... of the govern- _ ...
Secrecy also naturally provokes secrecy ; 2 secret government makes a secret opposition inevitable. ... of the govern- ...
In this article, I report personal experience with developing and teaching a graduate level course on a particular type of secrecy, government secrecy, at the School of Information, San Jose State University ... In this article, I report personal experience with developing and teaching a graduate level course on a particular type of secrecy, government secrecy, at the School of Information, San Jose State University ... The Interdisciplinary Nature of Government Secrecy The secrecy course includes discussion of the following: • Definitions and language of secrecy • History (missing and delayed, e.g., The Foreign Relations ...doi:10.31979/2377-6188.2021.020201 fatcat:a7wteaav2fd43luskk7y3y7u7u
Review of classification rules represents an opportunity, even for medicine Steven Aftergood directs the Project on Government Secrecy at the Federation of American Scientists and writes the Secrecy ... The current executive order that governs the secrecy system was put forth by US President Obama in December 2009. ... Steven Aftergood The US system of classifying national security information is bloated and dysfunctional, shielding the government from the scrutiny it needs to avoid error and abusive practices. ...doi:10.1038/nm0211-153 pmid:21297603 fatcat:nw5jpwbmmffaxnln4cgykdei34
On the other hand, some provisions of the original Constitution were designed to eliminate secrecy in the workings of government. ... THE CONSTITUTION AND GOVERNMENT SECRECY Historically, no clear mandate for banning secrecy in govern- ment resulted from the work of the Constitutional Convention (indeed its own sessions were secret). ...
This introductory article provides an overview of the historiography of scientific secrecy from J.D. Bernal and Robert Merton to this day. ... In this view, the knowledge content of secrecy is less important than its socialpsychological effects. ... From combining Weber's and Simmel's arguments, it follows that the current bureaucracy of scientific and governmental institutions can fruitfully be analysed according to the social structures of secrecy ...doi:10.1017/s0007087412000052 fatcat:fxxxujw5rzerbpdnhs55mte47m
A note on versions: The version presented here may differ from the published version or, version of record, if you wish to cite this item you are advised to consult the publisher's version. ... Please see the 'permanent WRAP url' above for details on accessing the published version and note that access may require a subscription. ... Scholars now need to interrogate the nature of state secrecy in the United States and the United Kingdom in the early twenty-first century. ...doi:10.1080/02684527.2014.946242 fatcat:x5ethobqcjebzkm7jw3zvlthae
Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom
(The clandestine activities of the CIA are an excellent example of how secrecy can maneuver us into just this kind of distress. ) That secrecy is a threat to the open society and self-government is not ... understand the nature of today’s social conflicts, and to be exposed to proposed solutions. ...
Spanning the past four decades of United States history, and with a primary focus on the federal government, Secrecy in the Sunshine Era is one of the top books I have read on freedom of information (FOI ... The book further addresses secrecy, surveillance, transparency, and government power, so will appeal to readers of this journal who are not FOI specialists. ... First, because of the nature of these controversies and the pace at which records are released, Arnold was not able to fully investigate the Obama-Biden administration. ...doi:10.24908/ss.v15i2.6589 fatcat:2klxps3fsvg7vpsmunsrcuitj4
Sage Public Administration Abstracts
Secrecy and international relations. Journal of Peace Research (UK) 32(2):213-228, May 1995. CONGO CRISIS. GOVERNMENTAL SECRECY. INFORMATION CONTROL. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. UNITED STATES. ... The third explanation, the Internal Threat approach, argues that government offi- cials use secrecy to mislead the population of their own countries. ...
for secrecy comes from constitional factors (cabinet and civil service secrecy), the nature of Canadian federalism, the practice of elite accommodation in the political process, economic considerations ... Cabinet Secrecy At the cabinet level in Canada, secrecy is almost absolute. How the decisions at the apex of the governmental system are made and on what grounds are closely guarded secrets. ...doi:10.22230/cjc.1980v7n2a247 fatcat:zs6hviolubh4ddw5tb263czajy
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Public support for secret government operations is cyclical, self-interested, influenced by citizens' knowledge of political affairs, and related to the public's level of trust in its leaders and the perception ... When cases come to light that the government has been spying on its citizens, there is outrage. ... By the very nature of hiding information and actions, secrecy requires exclusion and collusion: exclusion to limit the number of people who have access to the information, and collusion to reinforce the ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39345-7_25 fatcat:cd63efcdcjfpdo5bxrmfdiwkwu
In doing so, I highlight the social nature of secrecy -that it is a social construct with social effects and consequences -and the need for further research to unveil those rationalities that specific ... In doing so, I highlight the social nature of secrecy -that it is a social construct with social effects and consequencesand the need for further research to unveil those rationalities that specific discourses ... : Unnecessary governmental secrecy remains a pernicious problem, but it is impossible to prove that point empirically because of the very nature of secrecy: we do not know what the government knows and ...doi:10.31979/2377-6188.2021.020209 fatcat:wvf2ha3ja5gatix6h3od2c3wwi
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