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When One Becomes Two

Man–Machine Hybridization in Urban Cyclists with Broken Bikes

Lou Therese Brandner

practice of embodiment. 37 Contrasting this phenomenon with an environment made for bikes , in the Netherlands, cycling as a means of everyday transportation is part of the “national habitus.” 38 It transcends factors such as socioeconomic backgrounds

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The Ingathering of the Jewish (Moroccan) Diaspora

Zionism and Global Hometown Awareness among Spanish-Moroccan Jews in Israel

Aviad Moreno

modern-Western Israeli culture. 3 The Israel of the 1970s to the early 1990s, however, witnessed a form of insurrection against the European-oriented national habitus dominating the country during its early years of statehood. Alongside social

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Book Reviews

Kelsey Hanrahan, Sarah Kunz, Milla Mineva, Kara Moskowitz, Till Mostowlansky, Cosmin Popan, and Vera Radeva Hadjiev

we learn the specific local histories which shape cycling practices. Notes 1 Giselinde Kuipers, “The Rise and Decline of National Habitus: Dutch Cycling Culture and the Shaping of National Similarity,” European Journal of Social Theory 16, no

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The Transformation of Urban Mobility Practices in Maastricht (1950–1980)

Coevolution of Cycling and Car Mobility

Marc Dijk, Anique Hommels, and Manuel Stoffers

National Habitus: Dutch Cycling Culture and the Shaping of National Similarity,” European Journal of Social Theory 16 (2013): 17–35, https://doi.org/10.1177/1368431012437482 . 20 E.g., Manuel Stoffers, “Modernizing the Bicycle: The International Human