In contrast to third places that are typically “informal public gathering places” (p. 98), Glover & Parry argue that Gilda’s Club is a third place although it has a membership limited to those living with cancer and their families. How are public and “membership-based” third places different? What are some third places that you are familiar with, and why do you consider these spots to be third places? What do you see as the most foundational characteristics of third places? How are the characteristics/functions of third places different depending on whether the site is public or private (i.e. membership-based)?
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