The phenomenon of walking: diverse and dynamic

@inproceedings{Rybrten2019ThePO,
  title={The phenomenon of walking: diverse and dynamic},
  author={Stine Rybr{\aa}ten and Margrete Sk{\aa}r and Helena Nordh},
  year={2019}
}
AbstractEveryday walking is a far-reaching activity with the potential to increase health and well-being in the general public. From a phenomenological perspective, walking can be seen as a function of being-in-the-world, where the landscape, a sense of place, and the moment are closely entwined with the walker’s own lived experiences. Using interviews with 73 walkers in a medium-sized town in Norway, this article explores the phenomenon of everyday walking. The data illustrate the multiple… CONTINUE READING

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