Citizenship and exile: the politics of national exclusion

Sky Data poll 2019
The panopticon and surveillance culture in operation
Our ties to nation are regarded as natural and pure
We accept surveillance culture because we are told it is the price we pay for public services
“Protesters block a Home Office immigration enforcement van after an attempted raid was carried out in the morning in Kenmure Street in Glasgow last week. Photograph: Ewan Bootman/NurPhoto/Rex/Shutterstock” — The Guardian, 2021

Bibliography

Anderson, B. (2006) Imagined Communities, revised edition, London and New York: Verso

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Nae Do

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PhD candidate in Race, Podcasting and Social Media. Associate lecturer in sociology. Irritating know-it-all.