Making sense of mobility in a different way, that properly captures women’s experience of mobility, is an important challenge, given how the question of what characterizes women’s mobility is often insufficiently considered. Anne Jarrigeon uses multiple observational approaches, both anthropological and film-based, that enable her to shed light directly on what is at play when it comes to women’s mobility. She is then able to observe the two stages of this mobility—not just its implementation but also its preparation—in order to identify how it is specific in terms of physical or mental constraints.
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