This is a question I have for a seen exam on Thursday and so I need a detailed plan on how to answer the below question, not a full essay. There does not need to be exact references etc but good academic literature to back up each point
Sewell and Wilkinson (1992) argue in their article `Someone to Watch Over Me’: Surveillance, Discipline and the Just-in-Time Labour Process’ that, due to intense forms of surveillance instilling discipline, the modern workplace can be considered as a ‘panoptic prison’.
What forms of surveillance and discipline can be identified in today’s workplace? Drawing from appropriate literature, critically assess the strength of this argument and discuss the implications for workers and self-choice.
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