What Sexuality Is This Place? Building a Framework for Evaluating Sexualized Space: The Case of Kansas City, Missouri

@article{Nusser2013WhatSI,
  title={What Sexuality Is This Place? Building a Framework for Evaluating Sexualized Space: The Case of Kansas City, Missouri},
  author={Sarah Nusser and Katrin B. Anacker},
  journal={Journal of Urban Affairs},
  year={2013},
  volume={35},
  pages={173 - 193}
}
  • Sarah Nusser, Katrin B. Anacker
  • Published 2013
  • Journal of Urban Affairs
  • ABSTRACT: We intend to build on previous work in planning and geography to develop a new framework for characterizing the everyday spaces that queer people move through and to capture their experiences of the city. Our hypothesis is that all spaces reflect social norms around gender identity and sexual orientation. We will explore how these norms play out in urban spaces by adapting a Lynchian framework that characterizes space by performance characteristics, such as fit, access, and control… CONTINUE READING
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