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Author Khatchatourov, Armen

Title Digital Identities in a State of Tension
Published Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2019


Description 1 online resource (219 pages)
Contents Cover; Half-Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; 1. Identity as an Issue of Constraint and Recognition: a Question of Fundamental Ethics; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Digital ethics in context; 1.3. Identification, corporality and recognition issues; 1.4. Digital metamorphosis, subjectivation and liquid societies; 1.5. Narrative identities and self-expressions; 1.6. Identity as an ethical issue; 1.7. Traceability and fetishism of form; 2. Digital Regimes of Identity Management: from the Exercise of Privacy to Modulation of the Self; 2.1. Introduction
2.2. From identity to digital identity: historical and conceptual elements2.2.1. Historical premises; 2.2.2. About identification; 2.2.3. Contemporary liquidity; 2.2.4. Implementation of the approach: from narrative to writing; 2.3. The digital and the appropriation of meaning; 2.3.1. Digital transformation of meaning; 2.3.2. Digital technology and the construction of identity: first elements; 2.4. Transformations of existential territories; 2.4.1. The relationship with the state and institutions; 2.4.2. The relationship with market services; 2.4.3. Social relations and production of the self
2.4.4. Sketch of the articulation between existential territories2.5. From autonomy to modulated identity; 2.5.1. The inadequacy of the concept of autonomy; 2.5.2. Historical perspective: discipline and control; 2.5.3. Sketch of a typology of data production and control; 2.5.4. Big Data as a minimum of control and initiative (exemplary case 1); 2.5.5. Quantified Self as maximum of control and initiative (exemplary case 2); 2.5.6. The illusion of control: cross-domain aspects; 2.5.7. The four trends at work in identities; 2.6. Conclusion: privacy in question in the digital transformation
2.6.1. The social value of privacy2.6.2. Modulated identity and its private life; 3. Individuals, Normativity and Urban Spaces: Critical Perspectives on Digital Governance; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Identity-identification as a social fact: the systemic construction of digital identity; 3.2.1. Identity and identification; 3.2.2. From algorithmic rationality to the human body; 3.2.3. The e-individual: between systemic analysis and redefinition of the social field; 3.3. e-Identity under construction in the smart city space; 3.3.1. The smart city and the state
3.3.2. The interactive city and its actors3.3.3. Some structuring elements of governance of the smart city; 3.4. Conclusion: identified citizen participation; 4. Wait a minute, dystopia has not arrived yet? -- Digital Identities and the Ability to Act Collectively, an Interview with Andrew Feenberg; References; List of Authors; Index; Other titles from iSTE in Interdisciplinarity, Science and Humanities; EULA
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Subject Data protection
Data protection.
Form Electronic book
Author Chardel, Pierre-Antoine
Peries, Gabriel
Feenberg, Andrew
ISBN 9781119629627