Gender, policy, place: ladies' clubs in Ankara

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2010
Çavdar, Selin
There is a substantial amount of studies concerning the economic, social and political facades of the gender issue, further supported by gender - space discussions. The main aim of this study, however, is to make a survey and analysis of ladies' clubs established and supported by Greater Ankara Municipality; in order to define their problematic. The study intends to discover and analyze the policies and legislation developed by the administration about Ladies’ Clubs, to map their distribution in the city and the attitudes and appraisals of women participating in the activities of the clubs located at the core of the city.

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S. Çavdar, “Gender, policy, place: ladies’ clubs in Ankara,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2010.