SSN board is proud to announce the winners of the Early Career Researcher awards for 2015 and 2016. We congratulate the winners!
2015 Early Career Researcher awards
Reigeluth, Tyler Butler. 2014. Why data is not enough: Digital traces as control of self and self-control. Surveillance & Society 12(2), 243-254.
Monaghan, Jeffrey. 2014. Security traps and discourses of radicalization: Examining surveillance practices targeting Muslims in Canada. Surveillance & Society 12(4), 485-501.
2016 Early Career Researcher awards
Brucato, Ben. 2015. Policing made visible: Mobile technologies and the importance of point of view. Surveillance & Society 13 (3/4):455-473
Verde Garrido, Miguelángel . 2015. Contesting a biopolitics of information and communications: The importance of truth and sousveillance after Snowden. Surveillance & Society 13(2):153-167.