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05/17/2012

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Kelley's definition of pubilc sphere I found interesting. It's a little different than what we have seen with past authors, as she defines it to be the social space situated between the institutions of the family and the nation-state (2). Typically with past authors, the pubilc sphere is the nation-state, or at least the forum in which the nation-state is debated, per Warner. For Kelley, though, it is something other than either the family sphere or the national sphere. She did not go into it very much, but I wonder what she would say about the idea of a local pubilc versus a national pubilc, and the differences between women operating in those areas.

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