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'Gendered Mobilities provides the missing gender dimension to the growing literature on mobilities. Its wide perspectives (social, technological and geographical), make this collection a must for a contemporary understanding of mobilities, even beyond its focus on gender. The intriguing discussions presented in various chapters will surely yield additional studies in the future.' Aharon Kellerman, University of Haifa, Israel 'This collection presents a wide-ranging set of papers delineating through novel theories and new research the gendering of mobilities in both "north" and "south". This excellent volume will become a key text in the emerging mobilities turn.' John Urry, Lancaster University, UK
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Tanu Priya Uteng is Research Fellow in the Department of Civil and Transport Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway. Tim Cresswell, is Professor in the Depatment of Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.
Contents: Gendered mobilities: towards an holistic understanding, Tim Cresswell and Tanu Priya Uteng; Part 1 Dialogical Reflections: Mobility as capability, David Kronlid; Embodying the space between: unmapping writing about racialised and gendered mobilities, Sheela Subramanian; Motherhood, risk and everyday mobilities, Lesley Murray; 'Mobile belonging': exploring transnational feminist theory and online connectivity, Michaela Fay; Gendering mobility: insights into the construction of spatial concepts, Nadine Cattan; The culture of automobility: how interacting drivers relate to legal standards and to each other in traffic, Anette Jerup JA,rgensen. Part 2 How and Why are Mobilities Gendered?: Gender still matters: mobility aspirations among European scientists working abroad, Elisabeth Scheibelhofer; 'I'm more sexy here': erotic subjectivities of female tourists in the 'sexual paradise' of the Costa Rica Caribbean, Susan Frohlick; A spatial exploration of the accessiblity of low-income women: Chengdu, China and Chennai, India, Sumeeta Srinivasan; Gendered mobilities in developing countries: the case of (urban) Uganda, Nite Tanzarn; Gender differences in the influences of urban structure on daily travel, Petter NA|ss; Daily mobility of men and women a " a barometer of gender equality?, Randi Hjorthol. Part 3 Seeking Grounds for Future Policies: Gender and the social usage of mobile technologies: from information society policies to everyday practices, Tommi Inkinen; Gender mainstreaming in Swedish transport policy, Merritt Polk; Are we there yet? Women and transport revisited, Clara Greed. Epilogue: Gendered Mobilities: epilogue, Mimi Sheller; Index.