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Intersectionality in Social Work : Activism and Practice in Context

Author: Suryia Nayak; Rachel Robbins
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2018.
Series: Routledge advances in social work.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Suryia Nayak; Rachel Robbins
ISBN: 9781315210810 1315210819
OCLC Number: 1049800277
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction / Suryia Nayak and Rachel Robbins --
Understandings of intersectionality --
Textual practice as intersectional practice : situated caste and gender knowledge in India / Suryia Nayak and Rekha Sethi --
Returning home : intersectionality, social work and violence against bme women and girls in the UK / Hannana Siddiqui and Ravi K. Thiara --
The detachment of intersectionality from its black feminist roots : a critical analysis of social service provision training material based in Ontario / Edward Hon-Sing Wong --
The politics of intersectionality as location / Andrew Hollingworth --
Gendered islamophobia- intersectionality, religion and space for British South Asian muslim women / Rashida Bibi --
State building in Kosova : an intersectional analysis / Kaltrina Kusari --
Reflections on the theory and practice of intersectionality : immigration and health provision services in Brazil / Ilana Mountian and Elena Calvo-Gonzalez --
Realizations of the activism of intersectionality --
Revolutionary spaces? [re]imagining and transforming work to end violence against black women and girls / Dorett Jones and Marai Larasi --
Understanding the macroaggressions underscoring the invisibility of black female victims of police violence within black lives matter protests / Kamaria Muntu --
"They like you to pretend to be something you are not" : an exploration of working with the intersections of gender, sexuality, "race", religion and "refugeeness", through the experience of lesbian immigration support group (LISG) members and volunteers / Nina Held and Karen McCarthy --
Indian women on the margins of nation and feminism / Sonia Soans --
Fault lines : black feminist intersectional practice working to end violence against women and girls (VAWG) / Camille Kumar --
The impossibility of adulthood with a learning disability and the possibilities of digital activism / Rachel Robbins --
The activism of intersectionality: a tool for feminist political articulations, possibilities, tensions and challenges / Itziar Gandarias Goikoetxea --
Breaking the silence: women, intersectionality, community radio and empowerment / Annette Rimmer --
Conclusion: contextual intersectionality : a conversation / Suryia Nayak, Marisela Montenegro, and Joan Pujol --
Index.
Series Title: Routledge advances in social work.
Responsibility: edited by Suryia Nayak and Rachel Robbins.

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