Family Genealogy: A Sociological Imagination Reveals Intersectional Relations

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Karla B. Hackstaff, “Family Genealogy: A Sociological Imagination Reveals Intersectional Relations,” Portail documentaire EnJeu[x], consulté le 26 juin 2019, https://collections.enfance-jeunesse.fr/items/show/1517.

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TitreFamily Genealogy: A Sociological Imagination Reveals Intersectional Relations
CréateurKarla B. Hackstaff
Date2010
Droits© 2010 The Author. Journal Compilation © 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Langueen
TypeJournal Article
AuthorKarla B. Hackstaff
Type de contenuJournal Article
DOI10.1111/j.1751-9020.2010.00307.x
ISSN1751-9020
Abstract NoteThis article depicts everyday family genealogy as a vehicle for the sociological imagination that links personal biography to social–historical contexts across generations. As genealogists construct current from past identities, they engage a sociological imagination that potentially enables them to grasp how intersectionality – gender, race, ethnic, sexuality, nation, class, and age relations – is articulated through history. The key aims here are: (1) to provide background conditions behind the growth of genealogy; (2) to reveal how doing and studying family genealogy engages a sociological imagination that can be a vehicle for perceiving the intersectional underpinnings of social memories. Genealogy can be seen as a political practice where race-class-gender within social memories can contribute to diverse stories from new standpoints in American history.
Access Date2015-07-01 11:45:26
Date2010
Issue8
Langueen
Library CatalogWiley Online Library
Pages658-672
Publication TitleSociology Compass
Droits© 2010 The Author. Journal Compilation © 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Short TitleFamily Genealogy
TitreFamily Genealogy: A Sociological Imagination Reveals Intersectional Relations
URLhttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1751-9020.2010.00307.x/abstract
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