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245 04 The politics of recognition and social justice
       |h[electronic resource] :|btransforming subjectivities and
       new forms of resistance /|cedited by Maria Pallotta-
       Chiarolli and Bob Pease 
260    New York :|bRoutledge,|c2014 
300    xv, 277 p. :|bill 
490 1  Routledge advances in feminist studies and 
       intersectionality ;|v15 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  pt. 1. Reconstructing gendered subjectivities -- pt. 2. 
       Recognising resistant sexualities -- pt. 3. Validating 
       racialised subjectivities -- pt. 4. Interrogating 
       privileged subjectivities -- pt. 5. Creating new spaces of
       resistance in everyday life 
520    "Via a wide range of case studies, this book examines new 
       forms of resistance to social injustices in contemporary 
       Western societies. Resistance requires agency, and agency 
       is grounded in notions of the subject and subjectivity. 
       How do people make sense of their subjectivity as they are
       constructed and reconstructed within relations of power? 
       What kinds of subjectivities are needed to struggle 
       against forms of dominance and claim recognition? The 
       participants in the case studies are challenging forms of 
       dominance and subordination grounded in class, race, 
       culture, nationality, sexuality, religion, age, disability
       and other forms of social division. It is a premise of 
       this book that new and/or reconstructed forms of 
       subjectivity are required to challenge social relations of
       subordination and domination. Thus, the transformation of 
       subjectivity as well as the restructuring of oppressive 
       power relations is necessary to achieve social justice. By
       examining the construction of subjectivity of particular 
       groups through an intersectional lens, the book aims to 
       contribute to theoretical accounts of how subjects are 
       constituted and how they can develop a critical distance 
       from their positioning"--|cProvided by publisher 
530    Also available in print edition 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web 
650  0 Social justice 
650  0 Group identity 
655  7 Electronic books.|2lcsh 
700 1  Pallotta-Chiarolli, Maria,|d1960- 
700 1  Pease, Bob 
776 1  |z9780415819459 (hardback) 
830  0 Routledge advances in feminist studies and 
       intersectionality ;|v15 
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