I imagine phallocentric reality to be the space and figures and motion which constitute the foreground, and the repetitive uneventful activities of women to constitute and maintain the background against which this foreground plays. It is essential to the maintenance of the foreground reality that nothing within it refer in any way to anything in the background and yet it depends absolutely upon the existence of this background. (Marilyn Frye, cited in Rose, 1993, p. 5)
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||Tourism, Culture and Communication|
|Publication status||Published - 9 Apr 2018|
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