The Hidden Dimension
An examination of various cultural concepts of space and how differences among them affect modern society. Introducing the science of "proxemics, " Hall demonstrates how man's use of space can affect personal business relations, cross-cultural exchanges, architecture, city planning, and urban renewal.
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