Stalker, Hacker, Voyeur, Spy
A Psychoanalytic Study of Erotomania, Voyeurism, Surveillance, and Invasions of Privacy
This book covers the phenomenon of stalking in its two major variations, sexual and surveillance, by emphasizing its central relevance to today's social, cultural, and political dilemmas with particular reference to stalking in cyberspace and its inevitable invasions of privacy.
Table of Contents
Series Editor’s Preface -- Preface -- Introduction and overview -- Developmental Roots -- From psychoanalysis, neuroscience, and attachment theory -- Sexual Stalking -- Erotomania and unrequited love: case vignettes -- Erotomania and unrequited love: film portrayals of sexual stalking -- Voyeurism, sadism, and the primal scene in film portrayals of stalking and in filming itself -- Gender and sexual stalking -- Surveillance Stalking -- Film portrayals of surveillance stalking -- Stalking and Hacking in the World we Live in: The Planet Earth and Cyberspace -- Celebrity stalking -- Stalking in cyberspace: hacking and spying -- Privacy vs. security in present-day cyber attacks -- Epilogue