Weaponization of Care [...]

“In this  paradigm,  surveillance  is constructed  as being normatively  essential to duties of  care across the lifecycle. Watching and monitoring are construed not merely as the rights of a responsible parent, dutiful romantic partner, or loving child—but as obligations inherent in such roles.” No matter the type of care, it can be weaponized to justify surveillance. (Source)

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