Veenstra G, Race, gender, class, and sexual orientation: intersecting axes of inequality and self-rated health in Canada, 2011: International Journal for Equity in Health, Vol: 10, No: 3.

The intersectionality principles of “directionality”, “simultaneity”, “multiplicativity,” and “multiple jeopardy” are applied in this paper, to inequalities in self-rated health by race, gender, class, and sexual orientation in a Canadian sample.

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Veenstra G, Race, gender, class, and sexual orientation: intersecting axes of inequality and self-rated health in Canada, 2011: International Journal for Equity in Health, Vol: 10, No: 3.