Panopticon revisited

@article{Kietzmann2010PanopticonR,
  title={Panopticon revisited},
  author={Jan H. Kietzmann and I. Angell},
  journal={Communications of the ACM},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={135 - 138}
}
The year is 1787. UTiliTarian philosopher Jeremy Bentham publishes his ideas for a panopticon, a quite brilliant merger of architectural design with an understanding of human behavior. This is a prison requiring minimal supervision. It is circular in cross-section. Cells are placed on the circumference, stacked floor upon floor, with the doors facing a guard tower at the centre. That tower is designed so that a lone guard can see every point of the prison from behind a mesh screen – he can see… Expand
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