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Panoptic

pan·op·tic (p n- p t k) also pan·op·ti·cal (-t -k l). adj. Including everything visible in one view.

Panoptic is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Panoptic books and related discussion.

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The Return of Panopticism: Supervision, Subjection and the New
Data retention and the panoptic society: The social benefits of
We agree with others who have suggested that the apparatus of a panoptic society is so on, strongly suggests we are moving into a panoptic society.
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Opfer / THE PANOPTIC EFFECT OF ACCOUNTABILITY. CHARTER SCHOOLS AND . forcing the panoptic effects being argued in this article.

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iExaminer adapts iPhone4(TM) to Welch Allyn PanOptic(TM) allowing AMAZING high-resolution fundus photos for ultimate portability. * Save, print, and send images and exam findings.
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The panoptic One Time One Million (2009) presents product photographs of an original Hasselblad camera next to pictures of individual birds, flocks of birds, and aerial views of housing developments.
News: Nintendo's Shares Jump 10% in Japan
Asif Khan, Panoptic Management Consultants CEO, spoke to Industry Gamers about the sudden boost in shares and contributes it to a rumour that Nintendo will join the Nikkei 225 index.

Suggested Web Resources

Panopticism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Panopticism is a social theory originally developed by French philosopher Michel Foucault in his book, Discipline and Punish.
panoptic - definition of panoptic by the Free Online Dictionary
pan·op·tic (p n- p t k) also pan·op·ti·cal (-t -k l). adj. Including everything visible in one view.
Panoptic
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Panoptic - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
being or presenting a comprehensive or panoramic view <a panoptic view of the city>. Origin of PANOPTIC.

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