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Data becoming risk information

. Martin Dodge and Rob Kitchin (Dodge and Kitchin 2005 ; Kitchin and Dodge 2011 ), alternately, trace the ways in which digital codes instantiate themselves ubiquitously across the everyday life of organisations and, indeed, whole cities. These data-based processes, as Daniel Neyland ( 2015 ) argues, speak of a broader trend by which technologies based on algorithmic rules

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Security/ Mobility and politics of movement

., Surveillance and Security. Technological Politics and Power in Everyday Life , New York/London: Routledge. Adey, P., 2006b. ‘If Mobility is Everything Then it is Nothing: Towards a Relational Politics of (Im)mobilities’, Mobilities 1(1): 75–94. Adey, P., 2008. ‘Airports, Mobility and the Calculative Architecture of Affective Control’, Geoforum 39(1): 438–51. Adey, P., 2010. Mobility , Milton Park/New York

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Language games in the Kosovo war

our language games that is essential to the creation of a legitimate political order. In this process, an appreciation of the ‘art of memory’ is being formed which attempts to arrange images into memorable – or repeatable – order(s). In this way, a certain sense of memory establishes a connection between the practical level of everyday life and behaviour and the ‘spellbound’ stratum of imaginary

in Mapping European security after Kosovo

: Routledge. Jones, R., 2009. ‘Checkpoint Security. Gateways, Airports and the Architecture of Security’, in K. F. Aas, H. O. Gundhus, and H. M. Lomell, eds, Technologies of InSecurity. The Surveillance of Everyday Life , London: Routledge-Cavendish. Kalir, B., 2015. ‘The Jewish State of Anxiety: Between Moral Obligation and Fearism in the Treatment of

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Israeli security experience as an international brand

. ‘Communicating the Terrorist Risk: Harnessing a Culture of Fear?’, Crime, Media, Culture 2(2): 123–42. Neocleous, M., 2007. ‘Security, Commodity, Fetishism’, Critique 35(3): 339–55. Ochs, J., 2011. Security and Suspicion: An Ethnography of Everyday Life in Israel , Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. Pine, B. J. and J. H. Gilmore

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