Intersectionality is an influential feminist paradigm that aids in analysing instances of oppression that arise out of a combination of marginalizing forces - namely, but certainly not limited to, race, class and gender. In particular, intersectionality offers a useful approach to explain how the interaction of these factors results in forms of discrimination that are fundamentally different from any of these considerations on their own. Amanda Burgess-Proctor proposes intersectionality as a...[Show more]
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