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Where gender comes to the fore: Mapping gender mix in urban public spaces

Peimani, Nastaran and Kamalipour, Hesam 2016. Where gender comes to the fore: Mapping gender mix in urban public spaces. Spaces & Flows: An International Journal of Urban & Extra Urban Studies 8 (1) , pp. 19-30. 10.18848/2154-8676/CGP/v08i01/19-30

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Abstract

The study engages with the ways in which gender mix plays out in public spaces as a key issue in exploring social diversity and vitality of the urban public life. The paper introduces a mapping method to unravel how gender differences are spatially manifested in urban public spaces. Thus, urban mapping has been considered as a method for producing a kind of spatial knowledge that has the capacity to shed light on how different socio-spatial patterns play out in public open spaces. The proposed mapping method documents where and the extent to which female and male users appropriate urban public spaces. The database for developing and testing the proposed method emerges from two site areas in the city of Tehran. In doing so, the study draws upon direct observation, fieldwork notes, visual recording, and urban mapping as research methods. In this way, the paper raises questions about the importance of gender mix in public space and the ways in which mapping has the capacity to inform urban research.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Architecture
Publisher: Common Ground Research Networks
ISSN: 2154-8676
Last Modified: 16 Jul 2019 14:51
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/114385

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