The Human Jungle: An Intriguing Look at How We Have Adapted to Cope with City Life

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A look at the hidden patterns of behaviour which underpin our daily life, based on research in environmental psychology and urban anthropology. Topics discussed are the concept of personal space and how it operates in crowded areassuch as trains, lifts, supermarkets and motorways; the process of sifting, selecting and prioritising the mass of information which is all around us; communicating with others and the implications of electronic communication; coping with technology; how we "manage" the fear and anxiety implicit in ...

The Human Jungle: An Intriguing Look at How We Have Adapted to Cope with City Life 1996, Ebury Press, London

ISBN-13: 9780091813895

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