Gender and SpaceThe Age of Modernity in the city and architecture of Iran

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A critical perspective to the social spatial influences of modernity has always pointed to the interruption between form & content in Iran. Architecture and urban scholars have referred to this phenomenon as a problem in dynamic changing process of spatial environment. The process of modern transformation of society, beginning from the late nineteenth century, has been continued with different quantities and qualities to the present time. Although social/gender relations and the spatial organization each experienced a break in their historical dynamic changing processes, but it seems and has been claimed that the two have lost their long-standing integration. Focusing on the process of change through a social cultural approach and based on Giddens’ theory of ‘social identity’ and Bourdieu's ‘distinction’, this study questions again the matter of social/gender and spatial disconnection and finds the answer within modern social/gender identity, as the main actor, which transforms the social/gender relations as well as the spatial forms, consciously or unconsciously.

Journal of research in urban planning and architecture of Environment Identity, Volume:1 Issue: 2, 2020
90 to 103  
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