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The Complexity of Intersectionality
  • L. McCall
  • Sociology
  • Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
  • 1 March 2005
Feminist analytic philosophers have been working in trying to define and explain the meaning of “gender”, “race”, “sexuality”, etc., using the tools of analytic philosophy in very different ways andExpand
Toward a Field of Intersectionality Studies: Theory, Applications, and Praxis
Intersectional insights and frameworks are put into practice in a multitude of highly contested, complex, and unpredictable ways. We group such engagements with intersectionality into three looselyExpand
Complex Inequality: Gender, Class, and Race in the New Economy
List of Tables List of Figures Preface Introduction 1. Restructuring Inequalities: A Gender, Class, and Race Perspective Part I 2. Configurations of Inequality: Intersections of Gender, Class, andExpand
Targeting Occupations in Regional and Community Economic Development
This paper analyzes why and how economic and community development planners might target occupations as well as industries in shaping an economic development strategy. Key occupations can beExpand
Inequality, Public Opinion and Redistribution
According to the ‘median-voter’ hypothesis, greater inequality in the market distribution of earnings or income tends to produce greater generosity in redistributive policy. We outline the steps inExpand
SOURCES OF RACIAL WAGE INEQUALITY IN METROPOLITAN LABOR MARKETS: RACIAL, ETHNIC, AND GENDER DIFFERENCES
Research on racial inequality has become increasingly specialized, often focusing on a single explanation and subgroup of the population. In a diverse society, a broader comparative framework forExpand
The New Geography of Global Income Inequality
the authors’ recommendation for the international spread of education designed to debunk the machinations of local gender power arrangements. When I put their pedagogic platitudes alongside theirExpand
Gender and the new inequality: explaining the college/non-college wage gap
The new inequality is often characterized by the increasing wage gap between workers with a college education and those without. Yet, although the gap in hourly wages between college-educated andExpand
Income Inequality: New Trends and Research Directions
Rising income inequality from the mid-1990s to the present was characterized by rapid income growth among top earners and new patterns of employment and income pooling across families and households.Expand
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