List of publications on a keyword: «visibility»
The use of scrub technologies when working with English-language texts in mathematics lessons in an engineering classroomProceedingEngineering education in the conditions of digitalization of society and economy
- Lidiia I. Agafonova, Tat'iana M. Petrova, Kseniia V. Trushnikova
- Work direction:
- Цифровые технологии в инженерном образовании
- The article shows the possibilities of using scrub technology when working with English-language mathematical texts in mathematics lessons in engineering classes, and also provides examples from work experience. The authors describe the requirements for a scrub-presentation in a video format.
- teaching mathematics, scribing, visibility, engineering class, level of assimilation, quality of assimilation, working with English text
The Ethics of visibility in the context of Z. Bauman's Post-Panoptic SocietyProceedingSocio-Economic Processes of Modern Society
- Anastasia S. Bolshakova
- Work direction:
- Социальные процессы в контексте глобализации
- The article deals with the situation of the visibility of subjects (observation of them) in a digital society, which, in terms of Zygmunt Bauman, should be described as post-panoptical. Panopticism has lost its popularity in the era of digital hegemony, post-panoptical surveillance has become extraterritorial, thus spreading far beyond social institutions and expanding the horizons of possibilities for forms of suppression and control. Observation no longer affects subjects directly, but their data, digital traces, and since in the conditions of digitalization virtual self-representation is the dominant way of legitimizing the Self through others, identity completely turns from a long-term, “subjective” substance into an object. Post-panoptical surveillance of “objectified” individuals reveals the paradoxes of visibility and raises a number of acute ethical issues, thereby revealing the need for an ethics of visibility as a regulator of the conditions of mass surveillance.
- power, surveillance, privacy, visibility, (meta)data surveillance, post-panopticon, post-panopticon society, banopticon, digital footprint