This is an appearance that also produces a paradigm shift at the level of the netocratic mechanism action from Bard and Soderqvist's (2012) theory, which passes from that of the panopticism
surveillance paradigm to that of the superpanopticism one.
At the other extreme, with panopticism
, is the discipline-mechanism: a functional mechanism that must improve the exercise of power by making it lighter, more rapid, more effective, a design of subtle coercion for a society to come.
In conclusion, the reciprocal information gathering by users about their peers invites to redraft, once again, concepts of panopticism
commonly employed to describe modern societies of control and discipline.
Keeping Foucault and Derrida in Sight: Panopticism
and the Politics of Subversion.
2014) 'Flesh made words: fingerprinting and the fantasy of documentary panopticism
, 1900-1930', International Development Studies: Occasional Paper 23: 76-96 <http://ojs.
Foucault also clearly relates panopticism
to capitalism commented that they provide a basis for obtaining "the exercise of power at the lowest possible cost (economically, by the low expenditure it involves; politically, by its discretion, its low exteriorization, its relative invisibility, the little resistance it arouses)" and "to link this 'economic' growth of power with the output of the apparatuses (educational, military, industrial or medical) within which it is exercised; in short, to increase both the docility and the utility of all elements of the system" (p.
The Scarlet P: Plagiarism, panopticism
, and the rhetoric of academic integrity.
This article is framed within research on the relationship between novel and panopticism
, literary discourse, and disciplinary discourse as features that would define modern Chilean literature and society.
Los labels this form of panopticism
"enhanced" because it goes beyond "the internalization of the all-seeing eye and the habit of self-policing" by making each prisoner also aware of being "potentially viewed by others as a secret eye of the system.
For Foucault, the connecting link between the growth of capitalist disciplinisation of individuals and populations and the growth of the state, is what he refers to as the 'utilitarian rationalisation of morality and political control', or simply the principle of 'political utility' as first envisioned by Bentham's notion of Panopticism
as a model for government (BOB, p67).
18) Michel Foucault, "Discipline and Punish, Panopticism
," in Discipline & Punish: The Birth of the Prison, trans.
2) Fagan's protagonist is alert to an institutional panopticism
of soul sucking predicated upon a system of power that removes individuality in favour of manageable cogs.