New findings published on the experience of surveillance

Congratulations Meghan!

Huge congratulations go to St Andrews CRISP Researcher Meghan McNamara who has achieved her first publication. In the words of her supervisor and co-author, Professor Steve Reicher, Meghan is definitely one to watch!  Released last week in Frontiers in Psychology the paper is entitled ‘The Context-Variable Self and Autonomy: Exploring Surveillance Experience, (Mis)recognition, and Action at Airport Security Checkpoints’.

Governing Smart Cities

A Special Issue of the journal Information Polity

Professor William Webster, with Professor Albert Meijer, have recently published a special issue of the journal Information Polity (Vol.24, No.3) on ‘Governing smart cities’. The special issue takes a critical look at some of the emergent governance issues in smart city environments. The issue places significance on social, institutional and historical contexts alongside technological issues and features research from the SmartGov research project.