Selected Publications (2009-date)

Ball, K and Snider, L (2013) The Surveillance Industrial Complex: Towards a Political Economy of Surveillance. London: Routledge.

Ball, K, Daniel, E and Stride C (2012) Dimensions of employee privacy: An empirical study, Information, Technology and People.

Ball, K, Haggerty, K and Lyon, D (2012) Routledge Handbook of Surveillance Studies London: Routledge.

Ball, K and Margulis, T (2011) Monitoring and surveillance in call centres: A review and synthesis, New Technology, Work and Employment 26 (2) 113 – 126.

Di Domenico, M and Ball, K (2011) An inspector calls: Exploring surveillance at the home-work interface, Organization 18 (5) 615 – 636.

Ball, K (2010) Data protection in the outsourced call centre: An exploratory case study, Human Resource Management Journal 20 (3) 294 – 310.

Ball, K (2010) Workplace surveillance: An overview, Labor History 51 (1) 87 – 106.

Ball, K, Daniel, E, Dibb, S and Meadows, M (2010). Democracy, surveillance and 'knowing what's good for you': the private sector origins of profiling and the birth of 'citizen relationship management. In: Haggerty, K and Samatas, M (eds.) Surveillance and Democracy. London, UK: Routledge.

Ball, K (2009) Exposure: Exploring the subject of surveillance Information, Communication and Society 12 (5) 639 – 657.

Dibb, S and Simkin, L (2010) Judging the quality of customer segments: Segmentation effectiveness, Journal of Strategic Marketing 18 (2) 113 - 131.

Harvey, P, Reeves, M and Ruppert, E (2013) Anticipating failure: Transparency devices and their effects, Journal of Cultural Economy, Special Issue on The Device, 6 (3), 294-312.

Leleux, C and Webster, CWR (2016) The Sale of Edited Electoral Registers in Scotland: Implications for Privacy, Data Protection and Citizenship, Scottish Affairs, 25 (4), 479-505.

Löfgren, K and Webster C (2009) Policy innovation, convergence and divergence: Considering the policy transfer regulating privacy and data protection in three European countries, Information Polity 14 (4) 295 - 314.

Mancini, C, Thomas, K, Rogers, Y, Price, B, Jedrzejczyk, L, Bandara, A, Joinson, and Nuseibeh, B (2009) From spaces to places: emerging contexts in mobile privacy, UbiComp 2009, ACM Press, pp.1-10.

Meadows, M. and Dibb, S. (2012) Progress in customer relationship management adoption: A cross-sector study, Journal of Strategic Marketing. Published online 14th Mary 2012.

Murakami Wood, D and Ball, K (2013) Brandscapes of control: Subjects and space in late capitalism, Marketing Theory 13 (1), 47-67.

Murakami Wood, D and Webster, C (2010). The Normality of Living in Surveillance Societies. In: van de Hof, S and Groothuis, M (eds.) Innovating Government: Normative, Policy and Technology Dimensions of Modern Government. Springer, pp.129-140.

Murakami Wood, D and Webster, C (2009) Living in surveillance societies: The normalisation of surveillance in Europe and the threat of Britain's bad example, Journal of Contemporary European Research 5 (2) 259 - 273.

Nuseibeh, B, Haley, C and Foster, C (2009) Securing the skies: In requirements we trust, Computer 42 (9) 64 – 72.

Pavone, V and Degli Esposti, S (2012). Public assessment of new surveillance-oriented security technologies: Beyond the trade-off between privacy and security, Public Understanding of Science 21(July) 556-572.

Quinn, L and Dibb, S (2010) Evaluating market segmentation research priorities: targeting re-emancipation, Journal of Marketing Management 13-14 1239-1255.

Ruppert, E (2012) The governmental topologies of database devices, Theory, Culture and Society 29 (4–5) 1–21.

Ruppert, E (2010) ‘Making Populations: From Censuses to Metrics,’ in L. Hempel, S. Krasmann and U. Bröckling (eds.) Sichtbarkeitsregime: Überwachung, Sicherheit und Privatheit Im 21. Jahrhundert (Visibility Regimes: Monitoring, Security and Privacy in the 21st Century) Leviathan Sonderheft Special Issue 25, VS Verlag, pp. 157-173.

Webster CWR, Galdon Clavell, G, Zurawski, N, Boersma, K, Sagvari, B, Blackman, C and Leleux, C (eds) (2013) Living in Surveillance Societies: 'The State of Surveillance' Proceedings of LiSS Conference 3.  Charleston, South Carolina, USA: Create Space Platform.

Webster, C, Töpfer, E, Klauser, F and Raab, C (eds.) (2012) Video Surveillance: Practices and Policies in Europe. IOS Press (in press).

Webster, C, Balahur, D, Zurawski, N, Boersma, K, Ságvári, B and Backman, C (eds.) (2012) Living in Surveillance Societies: The Ghosts of Surveillance. University of Iasi “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Press.

Webster, C, Töpfer, E, Klauser, F and Raab, C (eds.) (2012) Part 2: Revisiting the surveillance camera revolution: Issues of governance and public policy, Information Polity 17 (1).

Webster, C, Töpfer, E, Klauser, F and Raab, C (eds.) (2011) Part 1: Revisiting the surveillance camera revolution: Issues of governance and public policy, Information Polity, 16 (4) 297 - 398.

Webster, C (2010/1) Technological change and public-management reform: Revisiting theory and context, Journal of Public Administration and Policy III (2) 107 - 114.

Webster, C (2009) CCTV policy in the UK: Reconsidering the evidence base, Surveillance and Society, 6 (1) 10 - 22.

Webster, C (2009) Interconnections between technological and policy innovation: re-evaluating the evidence-base supporting the provision of CCTV in the UK, Information Polity 14 (4) 245 - 259.

Williams, C (2009) Police filming English streets in 1935: the limits of mediated identification, Surveillance and Society 6 (1).

Williams, C (2010) Policing the populace: The road to professionalisation. In Nash, D and Kilday, A (eds.) Histories of Crime: Britain 1600-2000, Palgrave: Basingstoke.

Williams, C (2010) Labeling and tracking the criminal in mid-Nineteenth century England and Wales: The Relationship between governmental structures and creating official numbers. In Rudinow Sætnan, A, Lomell, H and Hammer, S (eds.) The Mutual Construction of Statistics and Society, Routledge: Abingdon.