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Adams, M. E., & Campbell, J. (2012). Being undocumented & intimate partner violence (IPV): Multiple vulnerabilities through the lens of intersectionality. Women’s Health & Urban Life, 11(1), 15–34.
Crenshaw, K. (1991). Mapping the margins: Intersectionality, identity politics, and violence against women of color. Stanford Law Review, 43(6), 1241–1299.
Dessel, A., Levy, D. L., Lewis, T. O., McCarty-Caplan, D., Jacobsen, J., & Kaplan, L. (2019). Teaching note—Challenges in the classroom on LGBTQ topics and Christianity in social work. Journal of Social Work Education, 1-9.
Fenge, L.-A. (2010). Striving towards inclusive research: An example of participatory action research with older lesbians and gay men. British Journal of Social Work, 40(3), 878–894.
Hughes, S., Pennington, J. L., & Makris, S. (2012). Translating autoethnography across the AERA standards: Toward understanding autoethnographic scholarship as empirical research. Educational Researcher, 41(6), 209–219.
Jensen-Hart, S., & Williams, D. J. (2010). Blending voices: Autoethnography as a vehicle for critical reflection in social work. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 30(4), 450–467.
Johnson, Y. M., & Munch, S. (2009). Fundamental contradictions in cultural competence. Social Work, 54(3), 220–231.
Mehrotra, G. (2010). Toward a continuum of intersectionality theorizing for feminist social work scholarship. Affilia, 25(4), 417–430.
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