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Introduction: Why and How Does the Pacing of Mobilities Matter?
Vered Amit and Noel B. Salazar

Chapter 1. The Ambiguous Role of 'Pacemakers' in the Paradoxical Quest for a Proper Pace of Life
Noel B. Salazar

Chapter 2. Finding a Satisfying Pace: Navigating the Social Contingencies of Sport Mobilities
Noel Dyck and Hans K. Hognestad

Chapter 3. Rhythm and Pace: The Diurnal Aspects of Leisure Mobilities on the UK Canals and Rivers
Maarja Kaaristo

Chapter 4. ‘Time to Hit the Road’: Understanding Living on the Road through Shifts in Thinking about Time
Célia Forget

Chapter 5. ‘We Must Stay for the Exams!’ Pacing Mobilities among Lifestyle Migrant Families in Goa, India
Mari Korpela

Chapter 6. European Corporate Migrants in Chinese Metropolises and the Pacing of Family Mobility
Brigitte Suter

Chapter 7. Leave/Remain: Brexit, Emotions and the Pacing of Mobility among the French in London
Deborah Reed-Danahay

Chapter 8. ‘In a Couple of Years (Or Three or Four), I’ll Stop Travelling So Much’: The Challenges of Modulating Skilled Work Mobility
Vered Amit

Epilogue: Pacing Mobilized
Karen Fog Olwig


Pacing Mobilities

Timing, Intensity, Tempo and Duration of Human Movements

Edited by Vered Amit and Noel B. Salazar
Epilogue by Karen Fog Olwig

200 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-724-8 Hb Published (June 2020)

eISBN 978-1-78920-725-5 eBook