Life in the Fast Lane: By Country

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In his book, A Geography of Time, social psychologist Robert Levine discusses the pace of life as it varies around the world. Mapping these data reveals some very interesting patterns. Do any of the results surprise you? Eight of the 9 fastest countries are in Western Europe, with Japan the lone exception. What countries or methods do you wish Dr. Levine had included? Do you think that countries are too large to be assigned just one number? Do you think that rural areas have a different pace than urban areas? What has been your experiences with time and the attitude about time in different countries?

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