The events and systems that comprise the experiences of everyday life.
Studying everyday life is important in a changing culture, especially one that is defined and recreated constantly by technology. As a participant in a rapidly changing culture, one becomes used to change. It is only by studying the everyday that one can understand how much things have changed from one year to the next. In addition, the mundanities of one culture can be extremely different from another culture. One can thus study the differences between one culture, demographic or totem group simply by charting out and comparing their everyday lives.
- Journal of Mundane Behavior
- An Online Journal With Nothing Exciting to Report by Scott Martelle. L.A. Times, October 12, 2001.
- The Cappuccino Community : cafés and civic life in the contemporary city by Eric Laurier & Chris Philo Department of Geography & Topographic Science, University of Glasgow G12 8QQ Scotland