Hamed Alavi, Farzaneh Bahrami
Walking is the collaboration and confluence of body, mind, and place. It has been repeatedly acknowledged as the composing instrument of the city, generating social and urban life; as the most democratic and accessible physical activity; and as a cultural and aesthetic practice, a vital antidepressant, a heart saver, a non-dieting diet, and an antidote to cope with the syndrome of chairs and wheels. The rediscovery of walking may compete in importance with the invention of the wheel [1,2]. Insights Operating from the standpoint that walking is essentially a situated human experience, our aim is to develop a…
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