This course explores the changing nature of privacy in contemporary society. UN charters and many national constitutions guarantee citizens a right to privacy, but what does this mean in an age of information-gathering and the increasing ability to track individuals' personal and public behavior? We will draw on theoretical and empirical studies in the law, political science, sociology, and communication studies to specify the important questions and debates faced by governments and citizens.
Course Attributes: EN SBU EthAS SSCFA SSCAR SSCUC PSAUC PSC
Section 01The Politics of Privacy in the Digital Age
INSTRUCTOR: DarnellView Course Listing