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    The Social and Material Culture of Hyperautomobility: “Hyperauto”
    with Peter Freund
    Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society 29 (6): 476-482. 2009.
    The automobile is a key artifact for understanding the relationship between technology and society. As it has developed into a mass-produced and mass-consumed commodity, it has played an increasing role in social life and its built environments. In its most exaggerated manifestation, in parts of the United States, the car is a singular transport mode for expansive urban regions. This social formation, often referred to as “urban sprawl,” has been cited for its environmental and energy impact. He…Read more