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This new Routledge series explores societal transformations and innovations through a mobilities research perspective. Studies of changing contextures of im/mobilities and transformations of society, politics and everyday experiences are brought into dialog with inventive mobile methods, design, policy and engineering efforts to inform constructive responses to these transformations. As the new mobile century is taking shape, international scholars explore motivations, experiences, insecurities, implications and limitations of mobile living, and opportunities and challenges for design in the broadest sense, from policy to urban planning, new media and technology design. With world citizens expected to travel 105 billion kilometres per year in 2050, it is critical to make mobilities research and design inform each other.


Editors: Monika Büscher and Peter Adey


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