Crossroads of anger published in Ethnologia Europaea
Dan Podjed and Saša Babič published an article, entitled 'Crossroads of Anger: Tensions and Conflicts in Traffic', in the special issue of Ethnologia Europaeaon rage and anger. The article focuses on drivers involved in various modes of personal transport in Ljubljana, and describes their interactions and conflicts, often resulting in verbal or nonverbal expressions of anger. Through an analysis of driving habits and reflections on daily language and media, the article sheds light on some key questions, which have, so far, only briefly been discussed by anthropologists: How do people habituate their driving? How do they comprehend vehicles as an indispensable part of their identity? And how do they express feelings and emotions on the road? (Image: Ethnologia Europaea.)
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