Convenience is a major feature of the modern world that we inhabit. But what is the cost? Identify and list examples that illustrate the “social organization of convenience” (think beyond vehicles and select a less obvious example for your response).
Discuss whether there could conceivably be alternative forms of convenience that people would like and that would be better for the environment. If so, what would they be, and how would they need to work?
Conclude your discussion by using your selected example to examine the social factors (phenomenology, culture, politics, etc.) that might have to be overcome to change to a different form of convenience.