Final Paper Activities
Capilano University Library (home page)
Academic Journals, Magazines and Newspapers
Specific Journals or Websites of Interest
Surveillance & Society (Directory of Open Access Journals – DOAJ)
Possible Research Areas or Directions
1984 Today: Surveillance in the Movies
Citizenfour (2014) [link]
The Hunger Games (2012) [link]
The Matrix (Trilogy, 1999-2003) [link]
Nerve (2016) [link]
Snowden (2016) [link]
Art and Dystopia: Can Dystopias Still Offer a Serious Critical Analysis of our World?
Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies: Spending Money Anonymously
Ledger (University of Pittsburgh)
Stanford Bitcoin Group (Stanford University)
“What is Bitcoin?” – Introductory Video
Civil Rights and Human Rights: Do We Have a Right to Privacy?
“Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms,” Justice Laws Website.
Cyberbullying and Online Harassment
PREVNet (“Canada’s Authority on Research and Resources for Bullying Prevention”)
Dystopia and Science Fiction
Morrison, E. “YA Dystopias Teach Children to Submit to the Free Market, Not Fight Authority,” The Guardian. 1 Septemeber 2014.
Schmidt, C. “Why Are Dystopian Films on the Rise Again?,” JSTOR Daily. 19 Nov. 2014.
Drones, Drone Technologies and Automated Military Tech
Joseph DeLappe, “In Drones We Trust” [Artist’s Website]
“100 People Around the Country are Stamping Predator Drones on Cash” (Vice Magazine/Motherboard)
“U.S. Justice Department Says Use of Drones Must Respect Privacy, Civil Rights” CTV. 22 May 2015.
Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture (Capilano University Library)
Wikileaks and Anonymous: Government Surveillance and Countersurveillance
Anonymous (Official YouTube Page)