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By Ulla Terlinden (auth.), Ulla Terlinden (eds.)

The e-book brings jointly the foreign discourses on gender, urbanism and structure. members are architects, social scientists and students from urban and regionalplanning from the united states, Turkey, Israel, Chile, united kingdom, Lesotho and Germany. Das Buch führt die internationalen Diskurse über Gender, Urbanismus und Architektur zusammen. Die Beiträge stammen von Architektinnen, Soziologinnen und Planerinnen aus den united states, Türkei, Israel, Chile, Großbritannien, Lesotho und Deutschland.

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Surrounding the privacy of the home there emerge places that emphasize the transition from the public sphere to the private one, places that can be called semipublic or semiprivate. Even within the home there is a threshold between the rooms in which guests are welcome (the salon among the educated bourgeoisie or the "gute Stube," the parlor, among simple folk) and the intimate areas, including the kitchen and bedroom. Between the privacy of the home and the public street exist transitional zones.

Yet they remain in their original legal form of private ownership and property, as handed down from ancient society. The emergence of economic activity outside the private household enables the emergence of a new sphere, namely a societal sphere of the exchange of commodities. Arendt criticizes that participation in the public sphere is no longer linked to wealth, as it is in antiquity, since this link is what guarantees the freedom to discuss an issue judiciously without the interjection of private interests.

He has energy, strength, and a strong will; she is characterized as weak, submissive, and devoted. The essence of his "nature" lies in doing, hers in being. The man is self-sufficient, goal-oriented, acquisitive, and bestowing; a woman is dependent, industrious, retentive, and receptive. He possesses assertiveness, she self-denial; he has power, she love and gentleness (Hausen 1976). We could continue to name more attributes of this "nature", but these are sufficient to show that, in subtext, different relations to space are being addressed.

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