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For instance, Nye (2004), examining the electrification of the quickly expanding American metropolis, points out that 'as early as 1903 Chicago, New York, and Boston had five times as many electric lights per inhabitants as Paris, London, or Berlin, and by 1910 the electrical displays stunned foreign visitors' (Nye, 2004: 213). Visionaries and forerunners of the consumer society such as Gordon Selfridge exploited the demand for spectatorship and spectacle in the emerging flaneur culture (thoroughly discussed by Walter Benjamin, 1999) and turned shopping into a major experience when he brought together a range of services and opportunities for entertainment under the same roof in his new Selfridge's department store, opening in London's West End on 15 March 1909.
Taylorism is then not solely a set of principles for managerial practice but also engenders specific forms of visuality, manifested in, for instance, architecture and design. Julier (2000) examines the increased interest in design and its political and managerial use as a means for shaping and structuring social life. Chung et al. (2001) offer an extensive and richly illustrated overview of recent tendencies in the design and architecture of spaces dedicated to shopping and entertainment. Theoretically, a variety of authors draw on what Guy Debord (1977) and the situationists called the la societe du spectacle, and Baudrillard's (1998) concept of the consumer society, heavily indebted to Debord's seminal analysis.
2002; McGail, 2002) point at the new emphasis on scrutinizing employees' behaviours, both at work and outside of it (for example, in the case of drug testing, Cavanaugh and Prasad, 1994). In this literature, the individual is subject to monitoring but it is also the role of certain members of the organization to serve as inspectors watching the employees. Such a role is, the literature suggests, riddled by juridical, ethical and economical concerns that are not yet resolved. Taken together, there are a substantial number of theoretical perspectives, studies and concepts advocated and put forth underlining the perceptual aspects of organizations.