Security at home: How private securitization practices increase state and capitalist control:

@inproceedings{Low2017SecurityAH,
  title={Security at home: How private securitization practices increase state and capitalist control:},
  author={Setha Low},
  year={2017}
}
The impact of the security state is not only seen in the political and spatial restrictions on public space and the public sphere or inscribed in militarized national borders and cities, but also in the increasing penetration of the domestic and private realm of home. These securitization practices and how they work can be exposed through an ethnographic analysis of formal institutional structures as well as the affective, discursive and bodily practices that make up and regulate everyday life… CONTINUE READING