New Policy & Politics blog feature by Dr Tiffany Manuel.
In this video, Dr Tiffany Manuel (or Dr T as she prefers to be called) provides an excellent challenge to public policy researchers to think about the ways in which intersectionality needs to be woven into their research, that is not just driven by members of minority groups. In her talk, Dr T refers to her paper: How Does One Live the Good Life?: Assessing the State of Intersectionality in Public Policy: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10….
This video is part of a new feature on the Policy and Politics blog which aims to spotlight interpretive approaches to the study of policy and politics. This spotlight series hopes to encourage a greater range of scholarship.
About the author:
Dr T is a dynamic speaker, bestselling author and the President and CEO of TheCaseMade, an organization dedicated to helping leaders powerfully and intentionally make the case for systems change.
In her role at TheCaseMade, Dr T works with hundreds of passionate social changemakers, innovators and adaptive leaders who are building better, stronger communities that are diverse, equitable and inclusive. By aligning their community stakeholders around the kind of deep systems changes that can improve population outcomes, these leaders are able to grow their impact, scale their programs, and harness the investments they need to improve their communities.
You can read the original research in Policy & Politics:
Anna Durnová. (2022) Making interpretive policy analysis critical and societally relevant: emotions, ethnography and language Policy and Politics DOI: https://doi.org/10.1332/030557321X16129850569011
Ashlee Christoffersen. (2022) The politics of intersectional practice: competing concepts of intersectionality Policy and Politics DOI: https://doi.org/10.1332/030557321X16194316141034
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