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A techno-bestiary of drones in art and war
Claudette Lauzon

, ‘Drone manifesto’, 13. 50 D. Gregory, ‘The everywhere war’, The Geographical Journal , 177:3 (September 2011) : 242. 51 L. Suchman, ‘Frankenstein’s problem’, in U. Schultze, M. Aanestad, M. Mahring, C. Osterlung and K. Riemer (eds), Living with Monsters? Social Implications of Algorithmic Phenomena, Hybrid Agency, and the Performativity of Technology (Proceedings of the WG 8.2 Working Conference on the Interaction of Information Systems and the Organization, IS&O 2018, San Francisco, CA, 11–12 December, 2018, Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2018) , 17. 52

in Drone imaginaries
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Adrian Millar

violence is worthy of particular scrutiny. McKay believes that loyalists kill Catholics because they are ‘simply taigs, fenians. The enemy’ 29 and compares loyalist attacks on Catholics to white attacks on blacks in the USA. It is a matter of hatred. McKay uses the image some loyalist interviewees put across of loyalists as Frankenstein’s monster (i.e. created by sectarian unionist politicians) to

in Socio-ideological fantasy and the Northern Ireland conflict