Title

Parking Customs and Status at Parkland College

Document Type

Podcast

Publication Date

2014

Abstract

This podcast is the result of an ethnography assignment for Anthropology 103. The group interviewed Parkland College students about their perceptions of drivers who take up two parking spaces. They conclude that people feel that drivers taking up more than one parking space are usually newer or bigger cars and that those drivers are demonstrating their belief that they are of a higher status.

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The paper, "An Ethnography of Parking Customs and Status at Parkland College," by Briana Davisson supplements this podcast.

Davisson.ParkingEthnography.ANT103.pdf (82 kB)
An Ethnography of Parking Customs and Status at Parkland College

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