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Emma Terama, Juha Peltomaa, Catarina Rolim, and Patrícia Baptista

of vehicles and rents them out to users on mobile application assisted platforms without the need for on-site personnel. Several car-sharing business models have emerged over time, ranging from station-based to free-floating fleets. In a peer

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James Longhurst, Sheila Dwyer, John Lennon, Zhenhua Chen, Rudi Volti, Gopalan Balachandran, Katarina Gephardt, Mathieu Flonneau, Kyle Shelton, and Fiona Wilkie

, Industry, and Public Policy (New York: Routledge, 2014), 248 pp., $135 This book, edited by Christopher Kopper and Massimo Moraglio, is the culmination of the international and interdisciplinary workshop titled “Models of Mobility: Systemic Diff erences

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Mimi Sheller and Gijs Mom

China in ways that are also producing new kinds of gender identities and gendered practices. She understands cycling as an assemblage involving various models of bicycle, government policies, cyclists, bike manufacturers, bike shops, and images and

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Everything in Motion

Clio Andris and Juan Ruescas

distance. Distance incurs meaning only relative to the different types of movement in interaction. But, as opposed to the natural mediums from which species originate, the artifact of Zootopia eliminates the model by which the smaller have adapted to move

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Kudzai Matereke

mobility whose trajectories go beyond Western-centric models. The metaphor of clearing space invokes tidying up or making new arrangements to create more room for new things. We clear space to have a new beginning, to be able to accommodate more objects

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Eirini Kasioumi, Anna Plyushteva, Talya Zemach-Bersin, Kathleen F. Oswald, Molly Sauter, Alexandra Ganser, Mustafa Ahmed Khan, Natasha Raheja, Harry Oosterhuis, and Benjamin Fraser

combustion engine (ICE) model of auto-mobility is unsustainable, Ehren Helmut Pflugfelder argues that new transportation technologies must be persuasive in order to be successful. He develops the concept of “kinesthetic rhetoric,” based on Aristotle’s term

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Worldly Tastes

Mobility and the Geographical Imaginaries of Interwar Australian Magazines

Victoria Kuttainen and Susann Liebich

magazines. The significance of this has been a greater alertness to the dynamics between print and society, and to the shifting and contingent nature of cultural value. As Hammill and Smith put it, by attending to the “dynamic model of interaction between

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New Mobilities, Spaces, and Ideas to Market

European Travel Writers and the Making of a Genre—Comment

Steven D. Spalding

criticism here involves writing about geography, while knowledge of and exchange with other peoples are largely unmentioned. Going forward, what place would such knowledge have in models of itinerant knowledge—particularly in the context of the twentieth and

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Manuel Stoffers, Blake Morris, Alan Meyer, Younes Saramifar, Andrew Cobbing, Martin Emanuel, Rudi Volti, Caitlin Starr Cohn, Caitríona Leahy, and Sunny Stalter-Pace

much sought-after NOS (new old stock) component—an original part for an old model that has not been sold or used—will be discovered on a dealer’s shelves, while others may be unearthed in unlikely places. Other important sources are automotive swap

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Heidi Morrison, James S. Finley, Daniel Owen Spence, Aaron Hatley, Rachael Squire, Michael Ra-shon Hall, Stéphanie Vincent-Geslin, Sibo Chen, Tawny Andersen, and Stéphanie Ponsavady

introduction as a recreational machine, naturally evolves a quality of necessity that then drives its widespread diffusion and the social and environmental effects thereof (4). The second is the “America-as-model myth,” rooted in what Mom calls “the deplorable