A step beyond direct and indirect discrimination against persons with disability methodological approach to discrimination from the intersectional perspective Academic Article


  • Age of Human Rights Journal


  • This article provides a different methodological proposal to disability research grounded in the intersectional perspective since other forms of research, such as the dogmatic perspective of law, have shown limited results in terms of full recognition of people and groups exposed to multiple situations of inequality, specifically in the case of people with disability. We propose a methodological route that links disability to the intersectional perspective, and finally we assess an example of a process that accounts for the importance of a robust analysis to advance in critical understanding of this challenging and interesting field of study.

publication date

  • 2019-12-1


  • Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities
  • Group
  • Law
  • disability
  • discrimination
  • dogmatics
  • field of study
  • people with disabilities

International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)

  • 2057-0198

number of pages

  • 26

start page

  • 99

end page

  • 124