Space, Place, and Gender
The chapters range from studies of the concepts of place employed in debates on uneven regional development and inner-city problems to arguments about the relationship between the conceptualization of space/place and the social construction of gender relations.
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SPACE AND SOCIAL RELATIONS
With Richard A Meegan
Divisions of Labour
The Political Place of Locality Studies
A Global Sense of Place
A Place Called Home?
Space Place and Gender
A Womans Place?
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