Cycling and Society

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Paul Rosen, Peter Cox, David Horton
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Jan 1, 2007 - Science - 205 pages
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How can the social sciences help us to understand the past, present and potential futures of cycling? This timely international and interdisciplinary collection addresses this question, discussing shifts in cycling practices and attitudes, and opening up important critical spaces for thinking about the prospects for cycling.
  

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Contents

Figure 1
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1 and 7
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NonPlace and the Sensory Construction
25
Womens Professional Cycle
47
An Exploration of Quantitative Analyses
67
Rethinking Transport and Identity
83
The Flaneur on Wheels?
97
Velomobiles and the Modelling
113
Fear of Cycling
133
Gender and Social
153
Bicycle Club 1885
159
in a photo taken from her 1895 bestseller A Wheel
166
Image Identity and Community
179
Index
197
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About the author (2007)

Dave Horton is a regional Southwest Florida Cartoonist who studied at Illinois State University and has been drawing Sanibel cartoons for the past decade.

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