Lecture_5__Public_Space__Jan_30_PARTIAL

Lecture_5__Public_Space__Jan_30_PARTIAL - Public and...

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Public and Private Space(s) How does the built form effect social process? (and vice versa)
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PUBLIC vs. PRIVATE a social construct Spaces, spheres, realms, domains, discourses… Presented as a dualism/ binary Table: Historic constructions of Public vs. Private Public Private Universal, consensual Individual, difference Economic and political relations/activity Personal and family relations/ activity Community, state and national level Body and household level Domains of production, paid employment, politics Reproduction, families, informal and/or unpaid employment Men’s Domain Women’s Domain Contents of the table derived primarily from: Dowler 2005, Mouffe 1992, Steheli 1994, Yuval-Davis 1999)
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Public and Private: at various scales Global Regional National State ex state parks Neighborhood/ Community hub lawn Family kitchen Individual/ body movie startsreproductoin
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What constitutes a public space? .who can patranoize the space Are there rules or guidelines regarding how and when one can utilize the space? .who make s the rules an why
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course GEOG 020 taught by Professor Whitehead,jessica during the Spring '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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