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We are looking to explore how dossierveillance impacts our daily lives.

How does dossierveillance affect how one discloses information and interacts with those who produce such dossiers and the institutions that serve as guardians of files and are involved in record keeping? How is dossierveillance felt? What roles do new media and other information technology play in carrying it out? How do people in various contexts (workplaces, hospitals, police stations, etc.) experience it, and what are the intersectional dimensions of such experiences? 

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