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What is disturbing and why not to disturb. On mobile phones, gender and privacy within heterosexual intimacy

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Casado Aparicio, Elena y Lasén Díaz, Amparo (2014) What is disturbing and why not to disturb. On mobile phones, gender and privacy within heterosexual intimacy. Mobile Media and Communication . ISSN 2050-1579 (En prensa)

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Drawing on recent research conducted in Spain, this article analyses how mobile telephony contributes to (re)create and (re)mediate gender, couple intimacy and privacy. We take a Goffmanian approach to analyse the utterances of disturb* (to disturb, disturbing, disturbed) in interviews and focus-groups on mobile phone uses and practices within heterosexual couples, showing how gendered ways of everyday management of intimate bonds and territories of the self contribute to the ordinary reconstitution of gender hierarchical differentiation. These gendered ways, in conjunction with mobile telephony possibilities and constraints, are producing the contextual norms and expectations which set the condition for privacy, or the lack of it, within current couple intimacies.


Tipo de documento:Artículo
Palabras clave:Mobile telephony, Gender, Couple intimacy, Privacy, Ordinary practices, Heterosexuality
Materias:Ciencias Sociales > Sociología > Cambio social
Ciencias Sociales > Ciencias de la Información > Comunicación interpersonal
Código ID:24618
Depositado:04 Abr 2014 13:21
Última Modificación:19 Dic 2018 12:24

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