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Student drug testing and the surveillance school economy: an analysis of media representation and policy transfer in Australian schools
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media shapes, informs, reflects and instructs narratives pertaining to the use and acceptability of surveillance contrary to evidence purporting its ineffectiveness rapidly emerging surveillance school economy whereby education is increasingly exposed to neoliberal corporate priorities and governmen
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  • media shapes, informs, reflects and instructs narratives pertaining to the use and acceptability of surveillance
  • contrary to evidence purporting its ineffectiveness
  • rapidly emerging surveillance school economy whereby education is increasingly exposed to neoliberal corporate priorities and governmental imperatives

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