Positionality

"Positionality refers to the how differences in social position and power shape identities and access in society. Citing a few key definitions of positionality, Misawa (2010, p. 26) emphasizes the fluid and relational qualities of social identity formation while also noting that 'all parts of our identities are shaped by socially constructed positions and memberships to which we belong' and which are 'embedded in our society as a system'."

By: CTLT Indigenous Initiatives
Read more:
https://indigenousinitiatives.ctlt.ubc.ca/classroom-climate/positionality-and-intersectionality/

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