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Subject: British Urban Public Space in the 19th Century from the Perspective of Gender
Author: Lu Weifang
Keyword: Britain urban, public space
Newspapers published: Journal of China Women's University
Issue No. original: 2014(3)
British society tried hard to implement and strengthen distinction of public space based on gender in the 19th century.The idea of separate spheres was an ideology limiting public space to men only and excluding women from the public sphere.Women in 19th-century Britain gradually acquired urban public spaces shared with men,such as show places for the achievements of capitalist civilization,public spaces driven by commercial profits,and exclusive female public spaces,such as the lady's parlor,in particular.But urban public space enjoyed by women was still limited in time and space,and the situation was far away from the sharing of urban public space by both men and women equally.
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