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People Space: The Making and Breaking of Human Boundaries by Norman Ashcraf: A dated read regarding the space that people occupy, and how they interact with such space and the others in their vicinity. Some minor foundational thoughts about the aforementioned interactions, but given that many of the examples are from eras passed, I am not certain if it is valuable enough to recommend. This book was picked up at a used bookstore in Kingston, Ontario during the Family Day weekend in 2018.

February 17, 2018 2018 reviews books


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