By Ulla Terlinden (auth.), Ulla Terlinden (eds.)
The ebook brings jointly the foreign discourses on gender, urbanism and structure. individuals 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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Between the privacy of the home and the public street exist transitional zones. Such semipublic or semiprivate areas are, for example, the staircase and the entrance hall of an apartment building. Barbey has represented concretely this process of crossing over from public into private space by studying emotions and rules of conduct, using the nineteenth-century Paris home as an example. He speaks of the morphology of dwellings, in which changes in the physical premises reflect changes in cultural customs, habits, and practices.
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. Economic interests, specifically societal ones, have - says Arendt - driven the political element from the public realm. By this she means that it is difficult in the occidental world to even comprehend the distinction so crucial in ancient society "between the public and private realms, between the sphere of the polis and the sphere of household and family, and finally, between activities related to a common world and those related to the maintenance of life" (Arendt 1958, p.
Stuttgart ,Miinchen: Deutsche Verlagsanstalt 2000. Ulla Terlinden IIpublic Man ll and Private Woman ": Discourse and Practice in Western Societies II Introd uction The images of "public man" and "private woman" are cultural norms belonging to an entire epoch in Western societies. The origins of modem and civil thought are linked to the construction and elaboration of these two images. For more than a century, paradoxically, the essential and almost thoroughly unexamined component of enlightened thought and concepts of democracy is that women have been often forcibly restricted to the private sphere.