Saturday, July 6, 2013

How Walkability Shapes Political Activism

A fascinating paper in the Urban Affairs Review, "Walk and Be Moved: How Walking Builds Social Movements" argues that engagement in political activism or social movements is shaped by walkability, density, the physical layout, and the unique experience of cities—"the ways in which an individual interacts with and makes use of urban environments, neighborhoods, and spaces." Read more.

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