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245 00 Surveillance, privacy, and the globalization of personal 
       information :|binternational comparisons /|cedited by Elia
       Zureik, L. Lynda Harling Stalker, Emily Smith, David Lyon,
       and Yolande E. Chan. 
264  1 Montréal [Québec] ;|aIthaca [N.Y.] :|bMcGill-Queen's 
       University Press,|c2010. 
264  4 |c©2010 
300    1 online resource (xii, 431 pages) :|billustrations 
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505 00 |tThe cross-cultural study of privacy :|tproblems and 
       prospects /|rElia Zureik and L. Lynda Harling Stalker --
       |tApplication of the vignette approach to analyzing cross-
       cultural incomparabilities in attitudes to privacy of 
       personal data and security checks at airports /|rAndrey 
       Pavlov --|tLegal constraints on transferring personal 
       information across borders :|ta comparative analysis of 
       Pipeda and foreign privacy laws /|rArthur J. Cockfield --
       |tShunning surveillance of welcoming the watcher? :
       |texploring how people traverse the path of resistance /
       |rAndrew Grenville --|tThe Harris-Westin index of general 
       concern about privacy :|tan exploratory conceptual 
       replication /|rStephen T. Margulis, Jennifer A. Pope, and 
       Aaron Lowen --|tSecurity vs privacy :|tmedia messages, 
       state policies, and American public trust in government /
       |rStephen Marmura --|tQuebec, the rest of Canada, and the 
       international survey :|ta case of two solitudes? :|ta 
       comparative analysis of perceptions about privacy and 
       personal information issues /|rFrançois Fournier --
       |tChanging attitudes in a changing society? :|tinformation
       privacy in Hungary, 1989-2006 /|rIván Székely --|tPrivacy 
       in France in the age of information and security 
       technologies /|rAyse Ceyhan --|tDimensions of internet 
       inequality and privacy in China :|ta case study of seven 
       cities /|rElia Zureik --|tPrivacy and surveillance in 
       Mexico and Brazil :|ta cross-national analysis /|rNelson 
       Arteaga Botello --|tNational ID card systems and social 
       sorting :|tinternational public opinion /|rDavid Lyon --
       |tA national ID card in Canada :|tpublic perceptions and 
       an inevitable future? /|rEmily Smith --|tPrivacy, identity,
       and digital policy :|ta comparative assessment of the 
       United States, Spain, and Canada /|rJeffrey Roy --
       |tLoyalty ambivalence in the United States and Canada :
       |tthe GPD survey, the focus groups, and the context of 
       those wonderfully intrusive loyalty cards /|rJason 
       Pridmore --|tExploring consumer rights regimes and 
       internet consumption in Europe /|rOla Svenonius --|tIs 
       there a global approach to workplace privacy? /|rAvner 
       Levin --|tCross-cultural study of surveillance and privacy
       :|ttheoretical and empirical observations /|rElia Zureik. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Privacy, Right of|0
       sh85107029|vCross-cultural studies.|0
650  0 Electronic surveillance|0
       subjects/sh86006641|vCross-cultural studies.|0http:// 
650  0 Globalization|0
       sh99010179|vCross-cultural studies.|0
650  0 Personal information management|0
       authorities/subjects/sh94003046|vCross-cultural studies.
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 Cross-cultural studies.|2fast|0
700 1  Zureik, Elia,|0
700 1  Stalker, L. Lynda Harling,|0
700 1  Smith, Emily|q(Emily A.),|0
700 1  Lyon, David,|0
700 1  Chan, Yolande E.,|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|tSurveillance, privacy, and the 
       globalization of personal information.|dMontréal [Québec] 
       ; Ithaca [N.Y.] : McGill-Queen's University Press, ©2010
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