Article accepted for print: 24.12.2020
This article considers the functional changes of a walk. In the beginning of the 20th century, this sort of daily activity was an apology for having a lot of spare time. The modern society makes it clear that a walk on a week-day may do harm to the multitasking image of citizen.
urban space, walking, tiredness, everyday life sociology.
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