Interfaces of Modulation: The Shaping of a Passenger-Customer in Japanese Urban Railway Spaces
This thesis explores the mechanism of ‘soft’ control in relation to the contemporary service-oriented economy to better understand how passengers in urban railway spaces come to not just accept control but also eventually become agents of control. This thesis critically examines the governing mechanism of passenger mobilities in the context of Japanese urban railway spaces. Building on the existing literature around security, mobilities and the body, this...[Show more]
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