ESRC Doctoral Student
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|Subject/Title:||Surveillance, Identities and Public Policy: Creating, Managing and Protecting
Identities in a Surveillance Society
|First Supervisor:||Professor William Webster|
|Second Supervisor:||Dr Kirstie Ball, Open University|
Year BA(Hon), 1st, Business and Business Law, University of Stirling, 2004
Year MSc, Political Communication, University of Glasgow, 2009
Chris rejoined the University of Stirling in 2012 as an ESRC funded doctoral student researching assemblages of public policy in surveillance. Previously he was a policy adviser in central government, and Strategy Director in a civic startup.
Surveillance, assemblage theory, identity, reception, critical theory, government, public policy, political rhetoric and dystopia.
Chris is a member of the new Stirling Management School research centre: CRISP: ‘Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy’ which was launched in September 2012, involving Professor William Webster from the University of Stirling and colleagues at the University of Edinburgh, and the Open University. This will create a Europe-wide centre for excellence and knowledge, building on a number of research projects which we are involved in, and raising understanding and awareness of these issues across society.