Bumper stickers make often impersonal highways a space for social interaction

Sunday, August 13, 2017 - 09:42 in Mathematics & Economics

Social theorists have pointed to freeways and other superhighways as "non-places of negligible social interaction," where drivers pass each other at high speeds, stop infrequently and are otherwise largely insulated from one another.

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