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The Significance of Intersectionality for Feminist Political Theory

@inproceedings{Maj2020TheSO,
  title={The Significance of Intersectionality for Feminist Political Theory},
  author={Julian Maj},
  year={2020}
}
The concept of intersectionality has made a significant contribution to feminist theory. In fact, McCall (2005, pp. 1771) has stated, “intersectionality is the most important theoretical contribution that women’s studies has made so far”. Despite its popularity amongst feminist scholars intersectionality has also been subject to much contestation. Due to the ambiguity surrounding this concept, the exact definition of intersectionality, in addition to how the concept should be utilised, is a… Expand

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