ムラタ キヨシ   Kiyoshi Murata
  村田 潔
   所属   明治大学  商学部
   職種   専任教授
言語種別 英語
発行・発表の年月 2013/12
形態種別 書籍掲載論文
査読 査読有り
招待論文 招待あり
標題 The Schizophrenic Society: The Potential Risk of Individual Identity Crisis in the Participatory Surveillance Environment
執筆形態 共著(筆頭者)
掲載誌名 Palm, E. (Ed.), ICT-Ethics: Sweden and Japan (Studies in Applied Ethics 15)
掲載区分国外
出版社・発行元 The Centre for Applied Ethics, Linköping University
巻・号・頁 pp.10-23
著者・共著者 Kiyoshi Murata and Yohko Orito
概要 Whereas the benefit and harm of a widespread deployment of CCTV cameras is controversial amongst scholars, ordinary people seem to have accepted CCTV systems as an electronic moral gaze. A massive amount of personal information has already been collected and stored in private and public databases, and dataveillance systems using ubiquitous devices automatically collect, store, process, use and share personal information in nearly real-time fashion. In addition, social media enhance Internet users' communication with an unspecified number of people and their revelation of personal information not only of themselves but of others. Consequently, hardly anyone can control the accumulation of, access to and use of their personal information. In such an Internet environment, people's identification of the self, which Kierkegaard characterised as "the relation's relating itself to itself in the relation", may be on the verge of a crisis as typically presented in patients with schizophrenia. This may imply an identity crisis. Individuals may experience that their independence is taken over by others - a basic disturbance of schizophrenia. This study deals with pathologies similar to schizophrenia, which many people may undergo due to the widespread use of participatory surveillance systems such as CCTV systems, dataveillance systems and social media, based on observations of individual and organisational behaviour in the current Internet society and the results of studies on surveillance, privacy and phenomenological psychopathology.
ISBN 978-91-7519-431-8