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Title: Small road, big road, personal roads, shared roads
Authors: Teo, You Yenn
Keywords: Social sciences::Education
Humanities::Literature::Singapore
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: The Birthday Collective
Source: Teo, Y. Y. (2018). Small road, big road, personal roads, shared roads. Chung, C. & Maniam, A. (Eds.), The birthday book : the roads we take (pp. 208-211). The Birthday Collective.
Project: RG74/12
Abstract: When we live in society, it is crucial to understand and appreciate that we are always connected to others. The choices we make—the roads we take—may feel like individual ones but they are not. Roads and lanes exist before we as individual persons exist; they will continue to exist after we as individuals cease to exist. How we behave as we travel on them affects other road users, present and future. When we live in society, it is crucial to be motivated and emboldened to act as members of a collective, as part of a team on a road that we share.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10356/147171
ISBN: 9789811177187
Rights: © 2018 The Birthday Collective. All rights reserved. This book chapter is made available with permission of The Birthday Collective.
Fulltext Permission: open
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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