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Situating Intersectionality, Politics, Policy, and Power, by Angelia R. Wilson

Label
Situating Intersectionality, Politics, Policy, and Power, by Angelia R. Wilson
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Situating Intersectionality
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Oclc number
862608484868979584
Responsibility statement
by Angelia R. Wilson
Series statement
The Politics of Intersectionality
Sub title
Politics, Policy, and Power
Summary
A new generation of political science scholars who are comfortable employing intersectional analysis are emerging and their work hones in directly on the complexity of politics, governance and policy making in an increasingly small, technologically connected, ideologically nuanced, global Public Square
Table Of Contents
Machine generated contents note: -- 1. Intersectionality from Theoretical Framework to Policy Intervention; Wendy G. Smooth -- 2. Intersectional Advances? Inclusionary and Intersectional State Action in Uruguay; Erica E. Townsend-Bell -- 3. ID Cards as Access: Negotiating Transgender (and Intersex) Bodies into the Chilean Legal System; Penny Miles -- 4. International Adoption as Humanitarian Aid: The Discursive and Material Production of the Social Orphan in Haitian Disaster Relief; Kate Livingston -- 5. Gendered Subjectivity and Intersectional Political Agency in Transnational Space: The Case of Turkish and Kurdish Women's NGO Activists; Anil Al-Rebholz -- 6. Gender Variance: The Intersection of Understandings Held in the Medical & Social Sciences; Ryan Combs -- 7. Intersectional Analysis at the Medio-Legal Borderland: HIV Testing Innovations and the Criminalization of HIV Non-Disclosure; Daniel Grace -- 8. Crossroads or Categories? Intersectionality Theory and the Case of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Equalities Initiatives in UK Local Government; Surya Monro and Diane Richardson
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