Governing circulation through technology within EU border security practice-networks

@article{Glouftsios2018GoverningCT,
  title={Governing circulation through technology within EU border security practice-networks},
  author={Georgios Glouftsios},
  journal={Mobilities},
  year={2018},
  volume={13},
  pages={185 - 199}
}
Abstract In this paper, I critically interrogate efforts to govern circulations of non-EU citizens to and within the Schengen area. I do so by dwelling on the functionalities of information systems used, among other purposes, for border security. My argument is twofold. First, I contend that circulations are governed within nexuses of technologically mediated control practices (practice-networks) performed outside, at the edges of, and inside the Schengen area. Second, I show that information… Expand
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