REVIEWARTICLE Where Do We Go From Here ? Toward an Inclusive and Intersectional Literature of Multiple Stigmatization

@inproceedings{Remedios2015REVIEWARTICLEWD,
  title={REVIEWARTICLE Where Do We Go From Here ? Toward an Inclusive and Intersectional Literature of Multiple Stigmatization},
  author={Jessica D. Remedios and Samantha H. Snyder},
  year={2015}
}
In the present response to commentaries on Remedios and Snyder (2015), we consider how to develop more inclusive intersectional theories of how women of color experience race and gender stigmatization. As the commentaries highlight, an intersectional literature of multiple stigmatization will benefit from inclusive approaches that consider multiple identity dimensions (beyond race and gender; CarterSowell and Zimmerman 2015; Williams and Fredrick 2015), and diversity within social groups (such… CONTINUE READING

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