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Feminist geographies and intersectionality

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In this intervention, I raise questions for feminist geographers who use intersectionality in their work. First, I invite feminist geographers to consider their expertise in relation to the significance of locality and the role of social context as a crucial factor in intersectional analyses. Second, I query the focus on multiple axes of difference and question the need to focus on specific axes over others and how this may be resolved. Finally, the issue of methods in research about intersectionality is explored and I reflect upon research with ethnic and religious minority young people that adopted an approach informed by intersectionality in order to provide a focus for this discussion.
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Keywords: Axes of difference; feminist geography; intersectionality; research methods; social context

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, Newcastle University, England, UK

Publication date: April 3, 2018

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