Driver Interaction Ethnographic Study

An ethnographic study focused on the interactions between drivers on Herbrand Road, a two-way street near Russell Square Station in London, in response to parked cars forcing only one vehicle to pass at a time. Observations included vehicle count, methods of driver interaction (such as the visual cue of braking), and the environment as a means of communication. This study was conducted for Queen Mary University of London’s Human Interaction Design module in Fall 2015.

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