Gendering disability and disabling gender: Critical reflections on intersections of gender and disability
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Discourses of normalcy are deeply imbricated in the construction of the social world and organise relations between persons, persons and the State, persons and institutions and intra-psychic relations. Conversely, discourses about pathology and the abnormal underpin the regulation and disciplining of subjectivities intersected with ideas about race, gender, sexuality, class, ethnicities, nationalisms, and other identity vectors.
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