(phrase) also called 'personal space' 1. a radius around a person, which broaching can cause discomfort or rebuttal 2. an aspect of proxemics, the study of human use of space
Everyone has a different idea of what a comfortable interaction space is, and sometimes their perception is influenced by upbringing, their society, even their emotional state. Personal space doesn't always refer to a person's immediate presence, it could be a location, a vehicle, anything that someone sees as an area belonging to them. How do they react when someone intrudes? Do they let it go, or take steps to change it?
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