Gendered Space in the Leisure Landscapes of a Modernising Islamic State

January 20, 2015


This research is focused upon a better understanding of how globalisation and modernisation have shaped leisure spaces in a country where gender segregation is fundamental to the culture. It aims to understand how gender relationships are expressed in the new modern leisure spaces in Saudi Arabia. Determining the different characteristics of gender segregation in leisure spaces and landscapes will contribute to the development of more culturally sensitive and sustainable leisure strategies, and will enhance and improve the management of leisure landscapes.


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King Saud University

College of Architecture & Urban Design

Department of Urban Design

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