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Yang, Chia-Ling – Race, Ethnicity and Education, 2016
With the aim of rethinking Paulo Freire's theory and its practices in race/ethnicity and education, this article uses intersectionality to deepen our understanding of differences among the oppressed and break the opposition between the oppressed and oppressor. Based on an ethnographic study carried out at a feminist adult educational institution…
Descriptors: Feminism, Power Structure, Foreign Countries, Race
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Hernández-Saca, David I.; Gutmann Kahn, Laurie; Cannon, Mercedes A. – Review of Research in Education, 2018
The purpose of this chapter is to systematically review the research within the field of education that explicitly examined how various social constructions of identity intersect with dis/ability to qualitatively affect young adults' experiences by asking the following question: What are the key findings in education research focusing on youth and…
Descriptors: Special Education, Cultural Influences, Disadvantaged, Power Structure
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Misiaszek, Lauren Ila – Teaching in Higher Education, 2015
Drawing on data from nine focus groups in four countries, I argue for the need to develop a research agenda around the intersectionality of early career, gender and crisis. I first give a brief explanation of the background, methodology and limitations of the study. Second, I lay out some key conceptualizations and their own limitations and then…
Descriptors: Focus Groups, Cross Cultural Studies, College Faculty, Career Development
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Kuri, Erin – Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 2017
A pertinent aim of art therapy is to support clients facing unprecedented barriers to social justice in a time of political uncertainty, which I argue is heightened by the impact of neoliberalism and globalization. In this article, I demonstrate the ongoing need to apply an intersectional framework to art therapy practice in a manner that…
Descriptors: Art Therapy, Intervention, Barriers, Social Justice
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Garran, Ann Marie; Werkmeister Rozas, Lisa – Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 2013
In 2001, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) adopted 10 discrete standards of culturally competent practice which undergird our commitment to diversity and social justice. The concept of intersectionality is newly emerging in social work, though, causing us to reflect on our current conceptualizations of cultural competence.…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Social Justice, Social Class, Social Work
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Dhamoon, Rita Kaur; Hankivsky, Olena – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2015
In this commentary, the authors propose than an intersectionality perspective can transform understandings of the contentious content of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR). The use of an intersectionality perspective starts from the position that such discourses as racialization, gendering, capitalism, and ableism are mutually…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Museums, Civil Rights, Social Discrimination
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Wrench, Alison; Garrett, Robyne – Sport, Education and Society, 2018
Sports media are significant to the construction and representation of sports cultures and sporting bodies. They function as public pedagogies that frame knowledge and learning negotiated within and beyond physical education (PE) lessons. In this capacity public pedagogies of sports media inform young people's understandings of themselves and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Females, Athletes, Physical Education
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Lloro-Bidart, Teresa – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2018
The "animal" or "more-than-human" turn in the humanities and social sciences has challenged nature/culture binaries in the fields of environmental education and early childhood studies, yet the field of educational studies has yet to confront its humanist roots. In this article, I sketch a nascent conceptual framework that…
Descriptors: Feminism, Education Courses, Education Majors, Ethnography
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Godfrey, Erin B.; Burson, Esther – New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 2018
Developmental psychologists widely recognize that the social structures and inequities of American society influence youth development. A burgeoning body of research also considers how youth marginalized by society critically evaluate societal inequities and take action to change them (critical consciousness, Freire "[Education for critical…
Descriptors: Developmental Psychology, Disadvantaged Youth, Critical Thinking, Social Systems
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Kahn, Laurie Gutmann; Lindstrom, Lauren – Educational Forum, 2015
Adolescents with disabilities who identify as a sexual or gender minority are at high risk for negative school experiences and poor outcomes, including peer rejection, bullying, and dropping out. Using an intersectionality framework, this study examined how multiple marginalized identities influence sense of self and school experience for this…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Disabilities, Minority Groups, Gender Issues
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Linder, Chris – Journal of College Student Development, 2015
In this study, I employed narrative inquiry supported by intersectionality theory to explore the experiences of 6 antiracist, White, feminist undergraduate women. A conceptual model of antiracist identity development emerged from the data. Participants described vivid experiences with guilt, shame, and fear that kept them from engaging in allied…
Descriptors: Feminism, Self Concept, Fear, Psychological Patterns
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Jiménez-Castellanos, Oscar; García, Eugene – Review of Research in Education, 2017
This chapter proposes a conceptual framework that merges intersectionality and policy analysis as an analytical tool to understand the nuanced, multilayered, compounded educational inequality encountered specifically by low-income, Latino Spanish-speaking students in Arizona K-12 public schools as a function of intersecting educational policies.…
Descriptors: Social Class, Ethnicity, Educational Policy, Policy Analysis
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Locke, Leslie Ann – International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 2017
This introspective critical essay elucidates some of the challenges I encountered in my efforts to persist at various levels of education as a first-generation White student from a low-income background and through multiple intersectionalities, primarily class and gender. My lived experiences and transformation from a near high school dropout to a…
Descriptors: Student Empowerment, Essays, First Generation College Students, White Students
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Aronson, Brittany Alexis; Enright, Esther Alice; Amatullah, Tasneem – AERA Online Paper Repository, 2017
This paper explores the narratives educators in a graduate level critical multicultural education course reveal related to their own positionality. The term "positionality" acknowledges a person's intersectionality and how we are all raced, classed, gendered and that these identities are contextual, relational, and fluid. Critical…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Graduate Study, College Faculty, Teacher Role
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Blockett, Reginald A. – International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 2017
The sociopolitical conditions in which Black queer college men exist in often marginalize them from fully participating in and engaging with the entire campus community. Some researchers suggest that Black queer men (BQM) create counterspaces on-campus to contend with their marginalization as racial, gender, and sexual minorities. This study…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Blacks, African American Students, Sense of Community
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