Grigor'eva, K. Origins of Ethno-Religious Profiling: The Jewish Question and Police Surveillance in the Russian Empire in the 19th Century. Changing Societies & Personalities. 2023. Vol. 7. No. 2. Pp. 5580.



Grigor`eva, K. Origins of Ethno-Religious Profiling: The Jewish Question and Police Surveillance in the Russian Empire in the 19th Century. Changing Societies & Personalities. 2023. Vol. 7. No. 2. Pp. 5580.
ISSN 2587-6104
DOI: 10.15826/csp.2023.7.2.231
EDN: WSAAKH
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: 21.08.23

URL: https://changing-sp.com/ojs/index.php/csp/article/view/430/231 ( 21.08.2023)


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Grigor'eva, K. Origins of Ethno-Religious Profiling: The Jewish Question and Police Surveillance in the Russian Empire in the 19th Century. Changing Societies & Personalities. 2023. Vol. 7. No. 2. Pp. 5580. DOI: 10.15826/csp.2023.7.2.231. EDN: WSAAKH.
Grigor'eva, K. (2023). Origins of Ethno-Religious Profiling: The Jewish Question and Police Surveillance in the Russian Empire in the 19th Century. Changing Societies & Personalities, 7(2), 5580. doi:10.15826/csp.2023.7.2.231 DOI: 10.15826/csp.2023.7.2.231.

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Surveillance scholars have begun to pay increasing attention to the fact that the burden of surveillance is distributed through society unevenly, further deepening social inequality.As an alternative to the popular image of the panopticon (universal surveillance over everyone), the new concept of a banopticon (surveillance over specific dangerous groups) has been proposed.The idea is that this new type of surveillance, unlike traditional surveillance, targets entire suspicious categories of the population rather than specific individuals, and is oriented towards the future, not the past.But is this phenomenon all that new?History shows that the roots of this type of surveillance run as deep as the early modern era.This paper uses a thematic study of surveillance over Jews in the Russian Empire as the basis for an analysis of the emergence and development of one historical form for the monitoring of dangerous population groups, along with its causes, intellectual basis, and deployment mechanisms.The results obtained challenge the widespread notion that surveillance over specific racial, ethnic, and ethno-religious groups (racial profiling) is tied exclusively to slavery, racism, and colonialism.This study allows for an expansion of the understanding of this concept and an increase in its complexity.

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