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Hotdeskers and Tourists: Geography as an Everyday Practical Concern in Work and Leisure

@article{Brown2004HotdeskersAT,
  title={Hotdeskers and Tourists: Geography as an Everyday Practical Concern in Work and Leisure},
  author={B. Brown},
  journal={Geography},
  year={2004},
  pages={71-77}
}
  • B. Brown
  • Published 2004
  • Geography
  • Geography
  • This paper examines how two groups of mobile individuals arrange their activities, ‘hotdeskers’ – highly mobile professionals who have no fixed place of work, and city tourists – visitors who must organise and arrange how they spend their time. We focus on how geography is an everyday practical concern for these individuals. For ‘hotdeskers’ the characteristics of different places impact on what work they can do in those different places. In particular, the groups of people found in different… CONTINUE READING
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