Health inequities in Canada : intersectional frameworks and practices / edited by Olena Hankivsky.
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|J.N. Desmarais Library||RA 449 H424 2011||30007008727934||Circulation (3rd floor)||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780774819756
- ISBN: 0774819758
- Physical Description: ix, 398 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Vancouver : UBC Press, 2011.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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1 Why the Theory and Practice of Intersectionality Matter to Health Research and Policy / Rita Kaur Dhamoon and Olena Hankivsky -- Part 1: Theoretical and Methodological Innovations / Edited by Sarah de Leeuw and Olena Hankivsky -- 2 Beyond Borders and Boundaries: Addressing Indigenous Health Inequities in Canada through Theories of Social Determinants of Health and Intersectionality / Sarah de Leeuw and Margo Greenwood -- 3 A Cross-Cultural Quantitative Approach to Intersectionality and Health: Using Interactions between Gender, Race, Class, and Neighbourhood to Predict Self-Rated Health in Toronto and New York City / Jennifer Black and Gerry Veenstra -- 4 Performing Intersectionality: The Mutuality of Intersectional Analysis and Feminist Participatory Action Health Research / Colleen Reid, Pamela Ponic, Louise Hara, Connie Kaweesi, and Robin LeDrew -- 5 Adding Religion to Gender, Race, and Class: Seeking New Insights on Intersectionality in Health Care Contexts / Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham and Sonya Sharma -- Part 2: Intersectionality Research across the Life Course / Edited by Nazilla Khanlou and Olena Hankivsky -- 6 Navigating the Crossroads: Exploring Young Women's Experiences of Health Using an Intersectional Framework / Natalie Clark and Sarah Hunt 7 Exploring Health and Identity through Photovoice, Intersectionality, and Transnational Feminisms: Voices of Racialized Young Women / Jo-Anne Lee and Alison Sum -- 8 An Intersectional Understanding of Youth Cultural Identities and Psychosocial Integration: Why It Matters to Mental Health Promotion in Immigrant-Receiving Pluralistic Societies / Nazilla Khanlou and Tahira Gonsalves -- 9 Adopting an Intersectionality Perspective in the Study of the Healthy Immigrant Effect in Mid- to Later Life / Karen M. Kobayashi and Steven G. Prus -- 10 Intersectionality in the Context of Later Life Experiences of Dementia / Wendy Hulko -- Part 3: Social Context, Policy, and Health / Edited by Bilkis Vissandjée and Olena Hankivsky -- 11 An Intersectional Lens on Various Facets of Violence: Access to Health and Social Services for Women with Precarious Immigration Status / Jacqueline Oxman-Martinez and Jill Hanley -- 12 Place, Health, and Home: Gender and Migration in the Constitution of Healthy Space / Parin Dossa and Isabel Dyck -- 13 Preventing and Managing Diabetes: At the Intersection of Gender, Ethnicity, and Migration / Bilkis Vissandjée and Ilene Hyman -- 14 Intersectionality Model of Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder / Joan Samuels-Dennis, Annette Bailey, and Marilyn Ford-Gilboe -- Part 4: Disrupting Power and Health Inequities / Edited by Jo-Anne Lee and Olena Hankivsky -- 15 Addressing Trauma, Violence, and Pain: Research on Health Services for Women at the Intersections of History and Economics / Annette J. Browne, Colleen Varcoe, and Alycia Fridkin -- 16 Intersectional Frameworks in Mental Health: Moving from Theory to Practice / Katherine R. Rossiter and Marina Morrow -- 17 Intersectionality, Justice, and Influencing Policy / Colleen Varcoe, Bernadette Pauly, and Shari Laliberté -- 18 Intersectional Feminist Frameworks in Practice: CRIAW's Journey toward Intersectional Feminist Frameworks, Implications for Equity in Health / Jo-Anne Lee
"Unequal access to health care is a problem in Canada much studied by journalists, academics, and policy makers. There is a growing recognition that existing theories on, and approaches to, health inequities are limited in their ability to capture how these inequities are produced through changing, co-constituted, and intersecting effects of multiple forms of oppression.
Intersectionality offers itself as a research paradigm capturing the complexities of illness and care, and this volume brings together Canadian activists, community-based researchers, and scholars from a range of disciplines to apply interpretations of intersectionality to cases in Indigenous health, mental health, migration health, community health, and organizational governance. By addressing specific health issues including cardiovascular disease, dementia, post-traumatic stress disorder, diabetes, and violence, this book advances methodological applications of intersectionality in health research, policy, and practice. The authors ultimately reveal how multiple variables are influencing health and healing in Canada -- not simply race, class, and gender but also age, religion, geography and place, and the state of the economy."--pub. desc.