Originating from the work of feminist scholars (see for example Crenshaw 1991, Bowleg
2008, Lykke 2010, Hancock 2007, Shields 2008, Yuval-Davis 2006), intersectionality holds that socially constructed categories of identity and difference do not operate in isolation, but interact and reinforce each other in people's experiences.
Based on the central tenets of intersectionality theory (see Bilge 2009; Bowleg
2008; Davis 2008; Hankivsky and Cormier 2009), we posit that while examining immigrant/refugee experiences, it is important to pay attention to how social categories such as race, class, gender, age, geography, immigrant status, ethnicity, and so on intersect to shape participants' experiences.
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, Lisa; RUBINSTEIN, Susan; LLOYD, Linda; BERHANE, Zek; GOLD, Marla.
5) See for a discussion on the methodology of intersectionality for example Bowleg
(2008) and McCall's (2005) analysis.
The process of internalizing anti-working-class prescriptions is even more pronounced in his encounter with Sir Joseph Bowleg
Pole Mountain also offers optional Bowleg
extensions that allow vertical use with non-parallel limb bows.
into a career as a researcher, initially specializing in HIV/AIDS legislation and policy.
General practitioners are often asked to assess bowleg
and knock-knee deformities in infants, children and adolescents.
El termino "riesgo" ha sido sujeto de multiples interpretaciones y definiciones, sin embargo es posible establecer dos orientaciones epistemologicas que concentran la forma como este ha sido abordado: en la primera, el riesgo pue de entenderse como un hecho medible, objetivo y que puede expresarse en terminos de probabilidades (Aschengrau and Seage, 2003; Petersen and Lupton, 2000); y en la segunda, el riesgo, desde aproximaciones antropologicas y sociologicas, aparece como una construccion dependiente de lo sociocultural (Paicheler, 1999; Bowleg
, 2004; Bhattacharya, 2004).
L, Lucas KL and Tschann JM, "The ball was always in his court": an exploratory analysis of relationship scripts, sexual scripts, and condom use among African American women, Psychology of Women Quarterly, 2004, 28(1):70-82.
Gender roles that accord higher status and more permissiveness for males and passivity for females can have a negative impact on the sexual health of women if they are unable to protect themselves against unintended pregnancy or STD/HIV infection (Amaro and Raj, 2000; Bowleg
et al, 2000; Castaneda, 2000).
HB 4008, Public Act 471 (1988), Cited in Bowleg