Urban Errands

@article{Jain2002UrbanE,
  title={Urban Errands},
  author={S. L. Jain},
  journal={Journal of Consumer Culture},
  year={2002},
  volume={2},
  pages={385 - 404}
}
  • S. L. Jain
  • Published 2002
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Consumer Culture
  • Premising that both mobility and technology are co-constituted by gender, this article analyzes, through two day-long in situ interviews, the activities of two American women, one in Portland and the other in Manhattan. The author examines how mobility as a social and material system undergirds the use of new technologies such as cell phones. Furthermore, the article examines how possibilities for civic life circulate among these aspects of environmental, technological and social… CONTINUE READING
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