Surveillance, Gazing and Dehumanization in Dystopia
Author(s):
Ujwala Pramod Solase, Dr.N.B.Masal
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Abstract
Public sphere is a territory of our social life, which lies between the private sphere and the sphere of public authority. Citizens can get the chance to express their ideas and to form public opinion in the public sphere. They can feel to be a member of a team and behave as a public body. This paper discusses how totalitarian regimes use technology to break the borders between the private and public spheres through the study of some dystopian fictional works. It discusses how the authorities dehumanize the subject through constant control and suppress their freedom of expression through constant surveillance or gazing by using the panopticon technique. Key Words: Totalitarian regime, Dystopian fiction, Dehumanization, Panopticon
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Unique Paper ID: 155927

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 323 - 326
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