Chapter 13: Intersectionality and ethnography
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This chapter discusses and illuminates the relevance of intersectionality to person-centered ethnography. Intersectionality is defined and its relevance to ethnographic foci of analyses are examined. This chapter explores the relevance of intersectionality to ethnography, explanatory gaps in analyses of intersectional experiences, the relationship between intersectionality and how person-centered ethnography leads for constructing intersectional interview questions, preparing for intersectional interviews, showing respect, and examining what people say about intersectional experiences, what people do with intersections, how people embody intersections, and the implications an intersectional approach holds for future research into subjective racial experiences.

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