Touching Space, Placing Touch
Mark Paterson, Martin Dodge
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2012 - Social Science - 271 pages
Bringing together essays by researchers, this book provides a comprehensive review of contemporary thinking of touch and tactility, with coverage of a range of theoretical and empirical topics necessary for a full understanding of the changing nature of touch in relation to space, place and culture.
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