Women and Space - 
      Shirley Ardener

Women and Space

Ground Rules and Social Maps

Shirley Ardener (Redaktør)

«'... fascinating in the variety of accounts of the different settings in and through which women experience the world.'Journal of Environmental Psychology»

Focuses on the relationship of women and space, and using the idea of "social maps". This book presents ethnographic evidence which shows how space must be seen in both its physical dimensions, and in its social and symbolic aspects, as experienced by women. Les mer
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Focuses on the relationship of women and space, and using the idea of "social maps". This book presents ethnographic evidence which shows how space must be seen in both its physical dimensions, and in its social and symbolic aspects, as experienced by women.
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Forlag: Berg Publishers
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 248
ISBN: 9780854967285
Format: 22 x 14 cm
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Contents: S. Ardener, Ground Rules and Social Maps for Women: An Introduction - S.L. Skar, Andean Women and the Concept of Space/Time - S. Rodgers, Women's Space in a Mens's House: The British House of Commons - R. Hirschon, Essential Objects and the Sacred in an Urban Greek Locality - L. Sciama, The Problem of Privacy in Mediterranean Anthropology - J. Khatib-Chahidi, Sexual Prohibitions, Shared Space and Fictive Marriage in Shi'ite Iran - S. Wright, Place and Face: Of Women in Doshman Ziari, Iran - T. Dragadze, The Sexual Division of Domestic Space among Two Soviet Minorities: The Georgians and the Tadjiks - H. Callaway, Spatial Domains and Women's Mobility in Yorubaland, Nigeria - R. Ridd, Where Women Must Dominate: Response to Oppression in a South African Urban Community - J. Blair, Private Parts in Public Places: The Case of Actresses
Mrs Shirley Ardener Centre for Cross-Cultural Research on Women,University of Oxford