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Personal Mobilities provides a systematic study of personal movement focusing on the dimensions of space, individuals, societies and technologies. Kellerman examines a variety of personal mobilities, including air transportation, through several perspectives, examining the human need for movement, their anchoring within wider societal trends, commonalities and differences among mobility technologies and international differences. Although spatial mobility seems geographical by its very nature, the topic has been so far treated only partially, and mainly by sociologists. Personal Mobilities…mehr

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Personal Mobilities provides a systematic study of personal movement focusing on the dimensions of space, individuals, societies and technologies. Kellerman examines a variety of personal mobilities, including air transportation, through several perspectives, examining the human need for movement, their anchoring within wider societal trends, commonalities and differences among mobility technologies and international differences. Although spatial mobility seems geographical by its very nature, the topic has been so far treated only partially, and mainly by sociologists. Personal Mobilities highlights geographical as well as sociological aspects and is the first book to focus solely on personal mobilities.

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Autorenporträt
Aharon Kellerman is currently affiliated with the Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, UK, involved in the comparative study of personal corporeal and virtual mobilities. Before that he served as Vice-President for Administration, at the University of Haifa, Israel, gaining some hands-on experience in the introduction and management of personal virtual mobilities for faculty, students, and administration. He is also the chair of the commission on the geography of the information society of the International Geographical Union (IGU).