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COMPASS| Race, Class, and Privacy: A Critical Historical Review

@article{Reichel2017COMPASSRC,
  title={COMPASS| Race, Class, and Privacy: A Critical Historical Review},
  author={M. Reichel},
  journal={International Journal of Communication},
  year={2017},
  volume={11},
  pages={12}
}
  • M. Reichel
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of Communication
  • This essay inspects the maldistribution of privacy rights across race and class divisions by engaging a social history of the development of these rights from their inception in American jurisprudence. In so doing, it engages a critical theoretical framework that commences by delineating the contours of media structure, and then investigates how this structure bears on discourses about privacy and surveillance. Rather than viewing intrusions of privacy rights as a perversion of an otherwise… CONTINUE READING

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