“gendered spaces” in homes, schools, and workplaces reinforce and reproduce Address all communications to Daphne Spain, School of Architecture. According to Daphne Spain, this arrangement is but one example of the ways in with historical examples, Gendered Spaces exposes the previously invisible. In homes, schools, and workplaces, women and men are often separated in ways that sustain gender stratification by reducing women’s access to socially.
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By using male measures of status–control of labor and property and participation in public life–Spain postulates that gender-based spatial segregation results in lower status and restricted access to knowledge for women. Explaining Gender Convergence in Housework Time: In contemporary offices women tend to be set pk “together in one place the gejdered ‘pool’ that removes them from.
Her synthesis and examination of current scholarship are truly unique. Too often Spain strays from her concept of space into the concept of women’s sphere.
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Evidence from a National Survey Experiment. The fact that these spatial arrangements may be imperceptible increases their power to reproduce prevailing status differences.
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Spain coauthor of American Genderrd in Transition takes a cross-cultural, historical approach in answering this question. Added to PP index Total downloads 15, of 2, Recent downloads 6 months 7 76, of 2, How can I increase my downloads?
Spain details this fascinating topic with an impressive variety of examples, tables and interpretations of popular documents such as back issues of House Beautiful.
I use cross-cultural and historical examples to illustrate that the more pronounced the degree of spatial gender segregation, the lower is women’s status relative to men’s. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Studying nonindustrial societies and 19th- and 20th-century America, she examines the interior designs of space within the home, school, and workplace.
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Don’t have an account? Sign in Create an account. Read more Read less. This article is also available for rental through DeepDyve. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. The core point spacew Spain’s argument is that societies with discriminatory attitudes tend to build that discrimination into their buildings – the “Women’s side” of the house versus the “Men’s side”, gender restricted colleges, special doors for different classes of people, and so on.
Because “those people” don’t become scholars, it is easier for soaces to not see any reason to build libraries for them. No keywords specified fix it. As divisions within the middle-class home have diminished, for example, women have gained the right to vote and control property.
Spain looks at first at how nonindustrial societies have separated or integrated men and women. Sociology in Social Sciences. Richard Machalek – – Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 2: Capitalism and the Oppression of Women: Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Focusing then on one major advanced industrial society, the United States, Spain examines changes in spatial arrangements that have taken place since the mid-nineteenth century and considers the ways in which women’s status is bendered with those changes. Physical access to schools created “gendered spaces” because of male-dominated educational systems.
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