Intersectional


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In`ter`sec´tion`al


a.1.Pertaining to, or formed by, intersections.
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This article uses social capital and intersectionality theories to create an intersectional social capital model of career development for immigrant women.
Introduced at this spring's Intersectional Council and Council of Affiliates joint meeting, the Regional Student Liaison Project will create a regional student liaison responsible for keeping in touch with student representatives from each of the public health schools in their region of the U.
New understandings of energy-related practices and an intersectional approach to the socio-demographic factors in energy use will be deployed to enhance stakeholder engagement in Europe s energy transition.
Defining Critical Animal Studies: An Intersectional Social Justice Approach for Liberation
The book's strength is its intersectional approach that effectively highlights convergence and divergence in feminist and Jesuit education.
But major challenges in almost all states remains the same except Northern Bahr el Ghazal State, where there is no cattle rustling and intersectional fights, which its report was unique.
Drawing on intersectional theory, I problematise the multiplicative character of their location in order to be able to understand how intersectional agency operates.
This special issue of African American Review seeks to address this deficit by contributing to the growing recognition of Delany's impact on American literary modernity by offering an intersectional and interdisciplinary consideration of the range of his achievements as a fiction writer, theorist, and cultural critic.
Presented annually, during the banquet at the National Senior Women's Intersectional Team Championships, the award is in memory of NSWTA member, Margaret M.
This volume introduces intersectional analysis, asking us to think about the shifting relationships between the three categories while considering the unexamined legacies of nineteenth- and twentieth-century methods of interpretation.
Aimed at undergraduate and graduate students as well as practitioners, the collection adopts an intersectional approach, looking closely at social factors such as gender, race, ethnicity, class, sexuality and gender identity, and analysing how they relate both to each other and to women's health.
The NCAA had OK'd an 11th game for 1970, leading to the intersectional matchup.

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