Constructing and presenting the self through private sphere dress: an interpretive analysis of the experiences of Saudi Arabian women
The purpose of this interpretive study was to explore how married Saudi Arabian women construct and present the self through their choice of dress for the private sphere. Of particular interest was the marital dyad as a context for Saudi women's presentation of self through dress within the private sphere. The work was situated within the interactionist and dramaturgical traditions. Data were collected via in-depth interviews with fifteen married Saudi couples and were analyzed using constant comparison processes. Two manuscripts were developed through the analysis stage. The first manuscript ...
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