By Malcolm Sargeant
This quantity of essays is anxious with the discrimination opposed to older people who effects from a failure to recognize their variety. through contemplating the original combos of discrimination that come up from the interrelationship of age and gender, pensions, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socio-economic category and incapacity, the participants exhibit that the discrimination suffered is a number of in nature. it's the mixture of those features that ends up in the necessity for extra complicated methods of tackling age discrimination.
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Such an approach seems to hold out considerable promise in understanding and dealing with ‘multiple’ discrimination. One may ask, however, whether the promise of this approach is fatally limited if it includes extreme scepticism about the efﬁcacy of individual acts of will. Kathryn Abrams has attempted to resolve this problem by developing a theory that allows for the possibility of self-deﬁnition and multiple discrimination 31 self-direction – which she calls agency, to distinguish it from liberal autonomy – while at the same time recognising that the process of selfdeﬁnition is powerfully shaped by the forces of social construction in a context of unequal power relations (Abrams 1999).
Anti-essentialist critiques have tended to focus on identifying the multiple aspects of identity and how they interact in order to remedy feminist and anti-racist theorists’ focus on gender and race in isolation from each other and additional aspects of identity such as class. Crenshaw focuses her critique on the way we deﬁne discrimination, which includes more than identiﬁcation of identity categories. She makes the experiences of black women the starting point of her critique, explaining that by doing so: it becomes more apparent how dominant conceptions of discrimination condition us to think about subordination as disadvantage occurring along a single categorical axis.
22 lynn roseberry One year after the publication of Spelman’s Inessential Woman, American legal scholar Kimberle´ Crenshaw introduced the concept of intersectionality as a way of accounting for the experiences of women with different backgrounds and experiences in feminist theory and antiracist politics (Crenshaw 1989). Crenshaw argues that black women often experience ‘double-discrimination’ – the combined effects of practices which discriminate on the basis of race and sex simultaneously, and that these experiences should be understood as occurring at the intersection of race and sex discrimination (1989: 149).