Gendering place and affect: attachment, disruption and belonging

Alex Simpson (Editor), Ruth Simpson (Editor), Darren Baker (Editor)

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Abstract

Drawing on affect theory and the key themes of attachment, disruption and belonging, this book examines the ways in which our placed surroundings – whether urban design, border management or organisations – shape and form experiences of gender.

Bringing together key debates across the fields of sociology, geography and organisation studies, the book sets out new theoretical ground to examine and consolidate shared experiences of what it means to be in or out of place.

Contributors explore how our gendered selves encounter place, and critically examine the way in which experiences of gender shape meanings and attachments, as well as how place produces gendered modes of identity, inclusion and belonging. Emphasizing the intertwined dynamics of affect and being affected, the book examines the gendering of place and the placing of gender.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBristol University Press
Number of pages208
ISBN (Electronic)9781529232776
ISBN (Print)9781529232752
Publication statusAccepted/In press - Jul 2024

Keywords

  • Gender
  • Place
  • Affect theory
  • Identity
  • Belonging

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