Identification and Registration Practices in Transnational Perspective, People, Papers and Practices, edited by Ilsen About, James Brown and Gayle Lonergan
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  • Identification and Registration Practices in Transnational Perspective, People, Papers and Practices, edited by Ilsen About, James Brown and Gayle Lonergan
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  • Identification and Registration Practices in Transnational Perspective
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  • People, Papers and Practices
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  • edited by Ilsen About, James Brown and Gayle Lonergan
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  • eng
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  • This collection examines the subject of identification and surveillance from 16th C English parish registers to 21st C DNA databases. The contributors, who range from historians to legal specialists, provide an insight into the historical development behind such issues as biometric identification, immigration control and personal data use
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  • dictionaries
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  • 880871753
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  • St. Antony's series
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  • Cover; Contents; List of Tables and Figures; Notes on Contributors; Introduction; Part I: The Central State: Systems, Standards and Techniques; 1 Individual Identity and Identification in Eighteenth-Century France; 2 Registration as Privilege: The Moscow Residence Permit as a Mark of Privilege in the Russian Empire, 1881-1905; 3 Dissemination of the Argentine Dactyloscopy System in the Early Twentieth Century: Local, Regional and International Dimensions; 4 The Philosopher and the Printer: Practices of Criminal Identification in Fascist Italy
  • 5 De-neutralizing Identification: S. & Marper v. United Kingdom, Biometric Databases, Uniqueness, Privacy and Human Rights6 The Biometric Fetish; Part II: Beyond the Central State: Community, Commerce and Economics; 7 The Parish Registers in Early Modern English History: Registration from Above and Below; 8 An Unusually Open Identification Number System: The Icelandic Kennitala; 9 From Custom to Civil Status Registration: The Anthropology of Kinship and the Rule of Law; 10 Consuming Identity and Consuming the State in Britain since c.1750
  • Part III: The Identified: Perception, Resistance and Negotiation11 Cat and Mouse Games: The State, Indians in the Cape and the Permit System, 1900s-1920s; 12 A Paper Trap. Exiles versus the Identification Police in France during the Interwar Period; 13 'Ausweis Bitte!' Identity and Identification in Nazi Germany; 14 What Do You Think the Household Register Is? Perceptions of Koseki Relating to Social Order and Individual Rights in 1950s and 2000s Japan; 15 Denouncing and Resisting. Identity Assignment Policies in France, 1970-2010
  • 16 'Establishing Your True Identity': Immigration Detention and Contemporary Identification DebatesAfterword: The Future of Identification's Past: Reflections on the Development of Historical Identification Studies; Bibliography; Index
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