2020
DOI: 10.2307/j.ctv13gvj4h
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“…Working‐class identity is often treated as a clearly bounded, uniform status. With few exceptions (e.g., Beider, Harwood, & Chahal, ), attempts to define working‐class identity have hinged upon factors such as the self‐recognition of the group as an entity with agency or as a single basis for political action. The variegated nature of this identity is not often discussed.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Working‐class identity is often treated as a clearly bounded, uniform status. With few exceptions (e.g., Beider, Harwood, & Chahal, ), attempts to define working‐class identity have hinged upon factors such as the self‐recognition of the group as an entity with agency or as a single basis for political action. The variegated nature of this identity is not often discussed.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Cairn’s (2013) ethnographic study of how race, place, gender and class intersect in shaping rural youth’s subjectivity demonstrates how intersectionality-informed research can help fill this gap. Research on the buffering potential of youths’ intersecting identities will likely benefit from attending to qualitative research on working class culture and identity such as Beider, Harwood, and Chahal’s (2017) important fieldwork. While identifying and promoting resiliency factors is vital, intersectionality also draws attention to collective action as a form of “resistance” by “actors responding to (and not just passively receiving) experiences of oppression, inequality, and stigma” (Rosenthal, 2016, p.481).…”
Section: Future Directions For Researchmentioning
confidence: 99%