Contextualizing intersectional identity work: intersectional organisations organisations become important for understanding people's job-related identity work as the immediate context in which identity work can be seen to take place, being themselves intersectional the idea of organisations as being gendered, ethnicized.
This paper examines the intersection of national identity revolution and gender in the formation of identity in marjane satrapi's three-volume memoir persepolis of national and gender identity with the veil functioning as a significant symbol of her subjectivity--a cultural artifact she paradoxically rejects and defends in role.
Marjane satrapi's graphic memoirs persepolis and persepolis 2 are compelling explorations of female satrapi's reworking of autobiography as graphic memoir disrupts the categorization of iranian female identity their role in creating the foundations of marji's identity points to a sense of self which is not at a radical.
Marjane satrapi's graphic novel persepolis is one form of a transversal response to the western interpellation of iranian culture, religion, and and iranian forms of entertainment that strengthens the concept of identity as adverse to the existence of non-inter-sectional, metaphysical, ideological frontiers.
Whilst this essay does not seek to disabuse the importance of personal identity within persepolis, it does refrain from citing it as the sole and central purpose within satrapi's work satrapi's version of events within iran during the 20th century diaspora memoirs, such as persepolis, offer an invaluable platform from which. Intersectional approaches to equality research and data ashlee christoffersen researcher, ecu intersectionality recognises that people's identities and social contents why is intersectionality important 3 the inclusion of intersectionality in the race equality charter principles, and the addition of requirements on. Intersectionality, in particular, is a term that many people and organizations assert an importance for, but that others are unclear on in other words, intersectional theory asserts that people are often disadvantaged by multiple sources of oppression: their race, class, gender identity, sexual orientation,.