Vulnerability and vulnerable groups from an intersectionality perspective.
Kuran, C. H. A., Morsut, C., Kruke, B. I, et. al.
Gender, Disaster and Intersectionality
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Kuran, C. H. A., Morsut, C., Kruke, B. I, et. al. (2020). Vulnerability and vulnerable groups from an intersectionality perspective, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Vol. 50(11): 1-8
This article argues that an intersectional approach allows to understand vulnerability as the result of different and interdependent social stratification processes that have produced a particular group’s position of marginalisation, rather than a socio-demographic characteristic. It calls for the application of an intersectional approach in risk and crisis management as a way to better understand vulnerabilities and vulnerable groups’ needs and perceptions.