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Anything, anywhere, anytime? Developing measurement instruments to assess the spatial and temporal fragmentation of activities

Abstract:

Developments in transportation and information and communication technologies (ICTs) have facilitated the process labeled activity fragmentation. In this process, the weakened associations between activity, time and place that ICTs made possible facilitate the disintegration of activities into smaller subtasks, which can then be performed at different times and at different locations. However, until now discussion of the fragmentation of activity hypothesis has been limited to the theoretical...

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10.1068/b35132

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Bayarma Alexander More by this author
Christa Hubers More by this author
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Social Sciences Division - Centre for the Environment - Transport Studies Unit
Martin Dijst More by this author
Dick Ettema More by this author
Publisher:
Pion Publisher's website
Journal:
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design Journal website
Volume:
38
Issue:
4
Pages:
678-705
Publication date:
2011
DOI:
EISSN:
1472-3417
ISSN:
0265-8135
URN:
uuid:65f82341-02e7-47b1-a676-db18baf1f960
Local pid:
tsu:10094

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