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タイトル: Intersections, Social Change, and "Engaged" Theories : Implications of North American Feminism
著者: Garry, Ann
発行日: 2008年3月
出版者: 東京大学大学院総合文化研究科附属アメリカ太平洋地域研究センター
掲載誌情報: アメリカ太平洋研究(創立40周年記念号). vol.8, March-2008, pp. 99-111
抄録: The concept of “intersectionality” has been developed as part of a strategy that North American social theorists use to navigate the theoretical, political, and moral difficulties that arise as they advocate social justice in a highly diverse society. An intersectional analysis recognizes that different kinds of oppressions are connected and work through each other. For example, a white racist might use sexist stereotypes of Asian women to try to subordinate them by race. Using North American feminist theory as an example, I argue that although there have been recent critiques of the concept of intersectionality, its advantages far outweigh its disadvantages. I respond to criticisms of intersectionality and link it with Ludwig Wittgenstein’s concept of family resemblances to provide a basis for analyzing the similarities and differences among people sharing an “identity.” Finally, I suggest that social theorists in a variety of disciplines and projects will be well served if they use intersectional analyses as they create theories that support social change
内容記述: 寄稿
Special Contributions
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/23621
ISSN: 13462989


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