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Hope, Andrew – Education and Society, 2018
Recently there has been a growth in the surveillance of students' online activities. This has been facilitated not only by the increasing numbers of digital devices, but also through surveillance creep (Marx, 1998). Drawing upon this concept and associated ideas, including data creep, policy creep and concept creep, this paper explores the digital…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Observation, Data Collection, Computer Software
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Page, Damien – British Journal of Sociology of Education, 2017
Schools are risky places: the risk of a poor Ofsted report, the risk of sliding down league tables, the risk of teachers abusing children, the risk of teachers being falsely accused of abuse. As a result of risk anxiety and the ever-increasing sophistication of technology, the surveillance of teachers has proliferated, becoming a future-oriented…
Descriptors: Risk, Observation, Teacher Supervision, Lesson Observation Criteria
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Hope, Andrew – British Journal of Sociology of Education, 2016
In recent years the proliferation, speed and reach of school-based surveillance devices has undergone what could be labelled as a revolution. Drawing upon Foucault's concept of biopower to explore the disciplining of bodies and the biopolitical management of populations, this paper examines "new" school surveillance technologies enabling…
Descriptors: School Security, Crime Prevention, Law Enforcement, Information Technology
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Page, Damien – Journal of Education Policy, 2017
Just as surveillance in general has become more sophisticated, penetrative and ubiquitous, so has the surveillance of teachers. Enacted through an assemblage of strategies such as learning walks, parental networks, student voice and management information systems, the surveillance of teachers has proliferated as a means of managing the risks of…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Simulation, Accountability, Teacher Effectiveness
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Lee, Dabae; Arthur, Ian T.; Morrone, Anastasia S. – International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 2017
The use of video surveillance footage presents a new possibility in educational research as a reliable and valid source of learning and teaching activities in classrooms. However, the unique nature of surveillance footage requires different approaches and poses distinctive challenges in utilizing it in research, yet no methodological guides are…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Validity, Educational Research, Classroom Research
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Page, Damien – International Studies in Sociology of Education, 2018
Teachers in England have always been watched; only more recently have they been surveilled, with senior leaders, peers, students and stakeholders all collecting performance data. Yet surveillance in schools and colleges increasingly relies on watching the self, with teachers voluntarily participating in their own surveillance, making their…
Descriptors: Commercialization, Social Media, Teacher Effectiveness, Accountability
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Taylor, Emmeline – Journal of Education Policy, 2018
Anxieties relating to the health, safety and security of schoolchildren have been met with a variety of surveillance apparatus in schools internationally. Drawing on findings from a content analysis of newspaper reports relating to drug testing in Australian schools, this article seeks to excavate the ways in which the media shapes, informs,…
Descriptors: African American Children, Newspapers, Content Analysis, Drug Abuse
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Schroeder, Stephanie – Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education, 2016
With the number of school shootings on the rise across the United States, and the preponderance of mass shootings off of school grounds, some school districts and politicians are responding with proposals for beefed up security and surveillance measures. While these proposals may sound appealing in the immediate wake of disaster, policy-makers and…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Ethnic Groups, Violence, Disadvantaged
Price, Robert – ProQuest LLC, 2017
This privacy versus security doctoral research examines existing literature, policies, and perceptions to identify the effects of the 2015 San Bernardino terrorist attack on the San Bernardino community. This study contributes to identifying factors that influence perceptions of governmental surveillance. Multiple articles contribute to the…
Descriptors: Privacy, Terrorism, Safety, Influences
Tucker, J. William; Vance, Amelia – National Association of State Boards of Education, 2016
Schools watch their students. Nearly every responsibility that schools shoulder includes an element of surveillance--from ensuring that preschoolers do not wander off, to keeping third graders on task, to stopping bullying and sexting. These responsibilities are not new, but schools' increased ability to monitor students continuously is. Despite…
Descriptors: School Safety, School Security, Privacy, Student Records
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Stevens, Taryn; Golwalkar, Mugdha – Journal of American College Health, 2018
ABSTRACTObjective: Complete and accurate documentation of immunization records and surveillance of disease transmission are critical to the public health response to outbreaks of communicable disease in institutions of higher education (IHEs). This study aims to describe immunization documentation practices and disease surveillance capacity among…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Institutional Characteristics, Immunization Programs, Documentation
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Grannäs, Jan – Education and Society, 2016
Today, school fires, vandalism, graffiti and bullying in school environments are common occurrences in Sweden. As a result, schools are faced with significant tangible and intangible costs for different types of measures, of which surveillance technology is one. This paper presents a study of newspaper articles mapping the occurrence and…
Descriptors: Newspapers, School Security, Foreign Countries, Video Technology
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Porter, Sallie; Qureshi, Rubab; Caldwell, Barbara Ann; Echevarria, Mercedes; Dubbs, William B.; Sullivan, Margaret W. – Infants and Young Children, 2016
This study used a survey approach to investigate current developmental surveillance and developmental screening practices by pediatric primary care providers in a diverse New Jersey county. A total of 217 providers were contacted with a final sample size of 57 pediatric primary care respondents from 13 different municipalities. Most providers…
Descriptors: Primary Health Care, Pediatrics, Screening Tests, Child Development
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Piattoeva, Nelli – European Educational Research Journal, 2016
This article discusses the effects of the datafication and digitalisation of education policy in the context of the Russian Federation. It taps into the policies and practices invented as a result of rising audit cultures and the scientisation and datafication of education governance. These processes turn sites of public examinations into sites of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Data, Information Security, Video Technology
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Birnhack, Michael; Perry-Hazan, Lotem; German Ben-Hayun, Shiran – Oxford Review of Education, 2018
This study explored how primary school children perceive school surveillance by Closed Circuit TV systems (CCTVs) and how their perceptions relate to their privacy consciousness. It drew on interviews with 57 children, aged 9-12, who were enrolled in three Israeli public schools that had installed CCTVs, and on information gathered from members of…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Privacy, Television, Student Attitudes
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