How can we analyse the intersectional effects of multiple factors on experiences of disenfranchisement? This book equips you with the methodological tools to uncover new insights.
First providing a critical examination of long-standing methodologies in intersectionality research, it then shines a spotlight on analytical techniques such as qualitative comparative analysis, multilevel models, mediation and moderation, and mixed methods designs.
With chapter objectives, real-world research examples, further reading and reflective questions, it will equip you with the methodological tools to understand intersectionality in specific social settings.
· Bridges the gap between intersectionality as a theory and an empirical research practice.
· Extends existing approaches to analysing intersectionality in a traditionally qualitative field.
· Inspires creativity and celebrates a variety of effective methods for studying intersectionality.
Innovative and thought-provoking, this book is ideal for any student or researcher looking to harness the power of empirical evidence to explore inequality and injustice.