Inclusive movements/movements for inclusion

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1999 Number 12

Inclusive movements/movements for inclusion
Marie Mulholland, Pragna Patel, pages -

Abstract

Transversal politics is an attempt to step back from a universalism that denies the significance of differentiating experiences, but at the same time to step beyond the fragmentation and rivalry of ‘identity politics’.

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Marie Mulholland, Pragna Patel (1999) Inclusive movements/movements for inclusion, Soundings, 1999(12), -

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