Ciudad de México: Universidad Autónoma de Metropolitana, Unidad Iztapalapa, Ediciones del Liro, 2020. First Edition. Paperback. 362p., maps, photos, tables, graphics, bibl., wrps. New. Item #80911
How are the differences between men and women expressed in the ways of inhabiting spaces? What role do femininity and masculinity play in the spaces and times in which identities are constructed? What relationship exists between sexualities and spaces? Each of these questions is related to the themes of this book, space, the body, sexuality, and places the generic construction of space at the center, that is, how people inhabit, use, represent, and appropriate spaces. of life that often remain blurred under a homogenizing conception that reduces space to a physical support for human activities. Most of the research that makes up this book shows a persistent concern with the way in which difference and power, including gender, ethnicity, sexuality, class and age, among others. They operate in relation to and through sociospatial processes, at the same time that they shape the everyday life experiences of women and men at different spatial scales. The gaze on multiple spaces is carried out from a particular perspective.