Encountering stressed bodies: slow creep transformations and tipping points of commuting mobilities
This article examines how stressful commutes are changing the bodies that are caught up in this everyday mobility. Contrasting with psychological research on commuter stress that makes generalised claims about the commuting experience, this article develops a non-representational understanding of bodies. From this point of view, stress is seen as having a much more ambivalent and complex constitution through the way in which everyday practices of commuting are implicated in processes of bodily...[Show more]
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|Source:||Geoforum 51 (2014): 191–201|
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