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In-text: (Collins, Falcón, Lodhia and Talcott, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Collins, D., Falcón, S., Lodhia, S. and Talcott, M., 2010. New Directions in Feminism and Human Rights. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 12(3-4), pp.298-318.
In-text: (Grey, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Grey, S., 2014. Self-Determination, Subordination, and Semantics: Rhetorical and Real-World Conflicts over the Human Rights of Indigenous Women. UBCL Rev., 47.
In-text: (Hernández Castillo, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Hernández Castillo, R., 2010. The Emergence of Indigenous Feminism in Latin America. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 35(3), pp.539-545.
In-text: (Hernández Castillo, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Hernández Castillo, R., 2016. Multiple injustices: Indigenous Women, Law and Political Struggle in Latin America. University of Arizona Press.
In-text: (Holder and Corntassel, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Holder, C. and Corntassel, J., 2002. Indigenous Peoples and Multicultural Citizenship: Bridging Collective and Individual Rights. Human Rights Quarterly, 24(1), pp.126-151.
In-text: (McGlynn and Dobson, 2013)
Your Bibliography: McGlynn, A. and Dobson, K., 2013. Transnationalism, activism, art. University of Toronto Press.
In-text: (Olsen, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Olsen, T., 2018. This Word is (Not?) Very Exciting: Considering Intersectionality in Indigenous Studies. NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 26(3), pp.182-196.
In-text: (Smith, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Smith, A., 2005. Native American Feminism, Sovereignty, and Social Change. Feminist Studies, 31(1), p.116.
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