Women’s behaviour in public spaces and the influence of privacy as a cultural value: The case of Nablus, Palestine

@article{AlBishawi2017WomensBI,
  title={Women’s behaviour in public spaces and the influence of privacy as a cultural value: The case of Nablus, Palestine},
  author={Manal Ahmad Al-Bishawi and Shadi Sami Ghadban and Karsten J{\o}rgensen},
  journal={Urban Studies},
  year={2017},
  volume={54},
  pages={1559 - 1577}
}
The aim of this paper is to study how women’s privacy needs are met through the physical form of public spaces in both old and new urban designs, using as a case study the city of Nablus, Palestine, which has been significantly influenced by the culture of gender separation. The findings will help develop a better understanding of the relationship between women’s privacy and the physical form of public spaces and will enhance the development of public spaces that women can use comfortably and… Expand
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