Tag Archives: intersectionality

On SAGE Insight: The Violence of Impact: Unpacking Relations Between Gender, Media and Politics

From Political Studies Review Published in Association with Political Studies Association Impact now forms 25% of the UK Research Excellence Framework (REF) agenda. Its current definition has been broadly taken to mean a positive interpretation of the role of academia in … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Feminist Political Economy in a Globalized World: African Women Migrants in South Africa and the US

SWS Distinguished Feminist Lecture From Gender and Society Official Publication of Sociologists for Women in Society ‘Migration is one of the most important social phenomena of our times.  In the social science literature, particularly among US-based scholars, African migrant women remain … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Intersectionality and Credibility in Child Sexual Assault Trials

From Gender & Society For this study, the authors draw data from sexual assault jury trials involving child victim-witnesses, a group rarely studied within the ethnographic context of the courtroom. The study explores the ways defense attorneys use commonly held … Continue reading

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Making trans parents visible: Intersectionality of trans and parenting identities

From Feminism & Psychology Although the literature on gay and lesbian parents is growing, the body of work on trans parents is virtually non-existent. This article explores the self-reported parenting challenges of 50 transgender parents based on an online survey of … Continue reading

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