The issue Using The Phrase ladies and Minorities: Intersectionality—an significant Theoretical Framework for Public wellness

The issue Using The Phrase ladies and Minorities: Intersectionality—an significant Theoretical Framework for Public wellness

Abstract

Intersectionality is just a theoretical framework that posits that multiple social groups ( ag e.g., battle, ethnicity, gender, intimate orientation, socioeconomic status) intersect during the micro degree of specific experience to mirror multiple interlocking systems of privilege and oppression during the macro, social-structural degree ( ag e.g., racism, sexism, heterosexism). Public health’s commitment to social justice helps it be an all-natural fit with intersectionality’s consider numerous historically oppressed populations. Yet despite an array of research dedicated to these populations, general public wellness studies that mirror intersectionality within their theoretical frameworks, designs, analyses, or interpretations are unusual. Properly, we describe a brief history and main principles of intersectionality, target some theoretical and challenges that are methodological and highlight some great benefits of intersectionality for general general public health concept, research, and policy. Pokračovat ve čtení „The issue Using The Phrase ladies and Minorities: Intersectionality—an significant Theoretical Framework for Public wellness“