This study explores how individuals approached 'homemaking' creatively and 'how . . . people's experiences and understandings of . . . the aural, tactile, olfactory and visual elements of their homes figure in the way they performatively negotiate their gendered identities in this space' (p. 10). It analyses 50 interviews with women and men in England and Spain from two projects for Unilever Research.
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