Three Approaches to Healthcare The intersectional framework of examining the dispersal of healthcare comes from a feminist approach. It arises out of the premise that healthcare delivery is gender, race, and socioeconomically biased toward the paternalistic hegemony. The framework takes various criteria such as gender, then intersects it with other demographic designations to compile an intersection of the various segments of the population who are non-represented or underrepresented vis--vis healthcare services. “Intersectionality is concerned with simultaneous intersections between aspects of social difference and identity” (Dhamoon & Hankivsky, 2011 p. 16). It seeks to solve the problem of healthcare inequality through providing a...The end:
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