Stigma, Penalty and Black British Young Women: Historicizing Child Q

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Miller, E. (2022). Stigma, Penalty and Black British Young Women: Historicizing Child Q. London South Bank University.
AuthorsMiller, E.
Abstract

The Child Q case resounds a history rife with intersecting, hidden gendered stigma and penalty for Black, racialized young British women. Child Q’s experience offers an opportunity to explore critical race theorist (CRT) Kimberlé Crenshaw’s logic of the unique deficit positioning, where race and gender coincide, overlap, and compound the pains of historic inequality. The case offers an opportunity to expand the customary contemporary focus on the racialization of punishment beyond concerns with disproportionate criminality to explore logics concerned with youth’s entrenched, disproportionately inequal positioning. The case exemplifies how racial stigma sutures penalty, instead of care and lenience, into racialized young women’s lives.

KeywordsPenalty, Gender, Race, History, Intersectionality
Year2022
PublisherLondon South Bank University
Web address (URL)https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2022/07/06/stigma-penalty-and-black-british-young-women-historicizing-child-q/
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Accepted06 Jul 2022
Deposited22 Aug 2022
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