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Domestic space (Topical Term)

Preferred form: Domestic space
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Work cat.: Our house : the representation of domestic space in modern culture, 2006: t.p., p. 16 (modern cultural history is saturated with representations of domestic space; Charles Dickens's "Great Expectations" provides an example of the centrality of domestic space to the canon of world literature)

Domestic architecture and the use of space, 1993: p. 6 (To limit the analysis of domestic architecture to study of its configuration is misleading; the meaning and use of domestic space is not soleley dependent on its form; must include analysis of those transactions between the spatial, cultural, social and personal variables in domestic environments over time)

A history of domestic space: privacy and the Canadian home, 1999: p. 4 (Author is not an architectural historian but rather a social historian with long interest in houses; book discusses how spaces in Canadian homes have changed over time, and how family and social relationships have shaped, and been shaped by, these changing spaces)

Public lives: women, family, and society in Victorian Britain, 2004: p. 124 (those concerned with the gendering of domestic space have focused on the dining room and the drawing room; the drawing room is seen as feminine, the dining room essentially masculine)

Domestic architecture and the use of space, 1998: p. 120 (The material space of a coffee plantation can be divided into spheres: the domestic space of the elite, comprised of the great house and its dependencies; and the domestic space of the enslaved, comprised of the slave villages)