Running into trouble : Exploring the negotiation of public space between running groups and other users
This paper looks to investigate how running groups function in public space, both in terms of how they find their way and how they interact with other users. It builds on theories of wayfinding and the study of mobilities to examine how different spaces change how group running occurs. The research is based on the use of head-mounted video footage of group runs to provide insight to the practice and experience of group running in the city. In this way, this paper seeks to engage with efforts to utilise more mobile methodologies within ethnography.
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