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This is the authors' accepted manuscript of an article that has been published in its final definitive form by Sage Publications Ltd., 2020.
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Different forms of discrimination, marginalisation and exclusion have been central concerns for social geography for over fifty years now. Some forms of prejudice are historically resistant, long-lasting and have featured in social geography for many decades (such as racism and sexism); others have emerged more recently within social geography debates as well as in wider society and are less well understood. In this second progress report on social geography, I explore recent research about Islamophobia, transphobia and sizism that demonstrates that each of these forms of prejudice is worthy of further study and analysis in their own right by social geographers and scholars in related fields. I argue that it would be productive to investigate areas of connection and solidarity across and within these different prejudices and others in order to be able to resist multiple forms of discrimination, intolerance and hate.
Author(s): Hopkins P
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Progress in Human Geography
Print publication date: 01/06/2020
Online publication date: 06/03/2019
Acceptance date: 04/02/2019
Date deposited: 04/02/2019
ISSN (print): 0309-1325
ISSN (electronic): 1477-0288
Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd.
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