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Epistemic Autonomy (Routledge Studies in Epistemology)

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Epistemic Autonomy (Routledge Studies in Epistemology)

Epistemic Autonomy (Routledge Studies in Epistemology) by Jonathan Matheson, Kirk Lougheed
2021 | ISBN: 0367433346 | English | 358 pages | PDF | 2.7 MB

The Coloniality of Asylum: Mobility, Autonomy and Solidarity in the Wake of Europe’s Refugee Crisis

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The Coloniality of Asylum: Mobility, Autonomy and Solidarity in the Wake of Europe’s Refugee Crisis

The Coloniality of Asylum: Mobility, Autonomy and Solidarity in the Wake of Europe’s Refugee Crisis (New Politics of Autonomy) by Fiorenza Picozza
2021 | ISBN: 1538150093 | English | 220 pages | PDF | 2.6 MB

Second Language Learning Motivation in a European Context: The Case of Hungary

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Second Language Learning Motivation in a European Context: The Case of Hungary

Second Language Learning Motivation in a European Context: The Case of Hungary by Kata Csizér
English | PDF,EPUB | 2020 | 163 Pages | ISBN : 3030644618 | 2.6 MB

This book provides an overview of second language (L2) motivation research in a specific European context: Hungary, which has proved to offer an important laboratory for such research, as a number of major political changes over the past 30 years have created a changing background for L2 learning in an increasingly globalized world.

Face Recognition Technology

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Face Recognition Technology

Face Recognition Technology: Compulsory Visibility and Its Impact on Privacy and the Confidentiality of Personal Identifiable Images by Ian Berle
English | PDF,EPUB | 2020 | 221 Pages | ISBN : 3030368866 | 4.5 MB

This book examines how face recognition technology is affecting privacy and confidentiality in an era of enhanced surveillance. Further, it offers a new approach to the complex issues of privacy and confidentiality, by drawing on Joseph K in Kafka’s disturbing novel The Trial, and on Isaiah Berlin’s notion of liberty and freedom. Taking into consideration rights and wrongs, protection from harm associated with compulsory visibility, and the need for effective data protection law, the author promotes ethical practices by reinterpreting privacy as a property right. To protect this right, the author advocates the licensing of personal identifiable images where appropriate.