A time–space diary is a document in which an individual records her involvement and/or impressions of a series of events or acts for a certain period of time. Time–space dairies became widely used in geography with the proliferation of time geography in the 1970s and continue to be employed as they provide a window on people’s everyday life. Recent years bear witness to at least two shifts in the design and use of time–space diaries likely to persist in the future: an increased use of informa...Expand abstract
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