Totalitarian Paranoia in the Post-Orwellian Surveillance State

  title={Totalitarian Paranoia in the Post-Orwellian Surveillance State},
  author={Henry A. Giroux},
  journal={Cultural Studies},
  pages={108 - 140}
  • Henry A. Giroux
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology
  • Cultural Studies
  • Most commentary on the Edward Snowden affair and other recent accounts of government spying leaked in the media has focused on individual privacy concerns, while overlooking how contemporary neoliberal modernity has created a social order in which new surveillance technologies grant the state a degree of power unthinkable to past generations – exceeding in reach and complexity even the totalitarian state imagined in Orwell's dystopian account, 1984. Any critical analysis of the modern… CONTINUE READING
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