Miss Courtney Hagen Ford

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Funded by the Leverhulme Trust, Courtney is examining the use of family surveillance products and how this affects what it means to be a parent or a child in the UK today. Family surveillance products are any products/devices/services that a parent can use to monitor their child. Participants report using FSPs to manage matters such as their children's pocket money, the amont of time they spend on connective devices, and their geolocation.
 
Originally from Canada, Courtney moved to the UK in 2008. Since then, she has completed several charity runs, been interviewed twice for the BBC, and was in the first cohort of MA in Consumption Culture & Marketing students at Royal Holloway. When she finishes her PhD, she'd like a lie down.

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