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The field as a landscape of desire: sex and sexuality in geographical fieldwork

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This article calls for greater attention to be paid to the way that sex and sexuality impact on geographical fieldwork. By concentrating in particular on cross–cultural fieldwork, the article focuses on the ways in which attention to these questions has the potential to bring about greater self–reflexivity and to expose the contingency of the researcher's sexuality.
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Keywords: Nicaragua; femininity; fieldwork; motherhood; reflexivity; sexuality

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Publication date: 2002-12-01

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