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Public spaces, such as parks, provide a space and time that exists outside of the familiar. They are set apart from the everyday, thus providing opportunity for engagement in activities, exploration of behaviors, and interactions with others. They are temporal spaces - ones that are intentionally entered and left. I posit that parks are liminal spaces which provide opportunities – expected and the unexpected. Felix Rosch states that "it is in these liminal spaces that societal changes are beingdoi:10.13016/m2kr0w-1qus fatcat:5sfnjo2jvzg4hi2tealtpcuhju