Changing Room Proxemics: ‘Territories Of The Self’ Violations By Amanda Luchento
“Back in the days when I started, we had our separateroom and there was some kind of wallthat separated us… Now…we have to change with 1,000 other people around.” – Ania Rubik
“Peeping Tom” Police Surveillance for “shop lifting”
Typically, by goingbehind the closed doors of a bathroom ordressing room, an individual mayreasonably expectnot to be observed by others.
Stay in your space. In any changing room, space is ata premium with cubbies or lockers in close proximityto one another. Try to keep your body and all of yourstuff in front of your space only and not spread out infront of your neighbors. You wouldn’t want to violate their personal space. Read more: How to Practice Changing-Room Etiquette | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_2249666_practice-changing-room- etiquette.html#ixzz1cJepAjfJ