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|Title:||Civility and incivility through bicycle sharing in Singapore||Authors:||Lim, Linda Jia Qi||Keywords:||Social sciences::Sociology||Issue Date:||2019||Abstract:||In this paper I will demonstrate civility and incivility through bicycle sharing in Singapore. I bring our attention to this relationship which is rarely addressed in studies of bicycle sharing. At a broader scope of things, this contributes to the discussion of sustainability of bicycle sharing in Singapore, by looking at ways in which civility and incivility is expressed and managed. A qualitative study was conducted alongside with photo elicitation to find out perceptions of civilized and uncivilized behaviours of bicycle sharing in Singapore. Findings showed that while the government shapes a large part of our civility, sentiments from my respondents further showed variability in perceptions of behaviours that are civil and uncivil. Civility as a concept is complex, and the responsibility of being civil lies with various stakeholders in public spaces. (keywords: civility, incivility, bicycle sharing, state, perceptions, shared space)||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10356/78813||Fulltext Permission:||restricted||Fulltext Availability:||With Fulltext|
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