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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Driving Like a Boy : Sexual Difference, Embodiment and Space
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This essay argues that 'a culturally produced , individually lived, intersubjective spaciality is the condition of human life'. Best uses a feminist study by Iris Marion Young on female ball throwing to discuss how the use of space differs between men and women and concludes that a revaluing of the differences would be beneficial to both women and men.

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    y separately published work icon Imagining Australian Space : Cultural Studies and Spatial Inquiry Ruth Barcan (editor), Ian Buchanan (editor), Nedlands : University of Western Australia. Centre for Studies in Australian Literature , 1999 Z936655 1999 anthology criticism essay

    This collection of cultural studies essays looks at 'the way we construct and use space in our everyday material, psychic and social behaviours.' (Source: publisher's website.)

    Nedlands : University of Western Australia. Centre for Studies in Australian Literature , 1999
    pg. 93-101
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