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"Sarah Song's Justice, Gender, and the Politics of Multiculturalism is an exciting intervention in the field of multiculturalism and gender justice that has longstanding implications for both political theorists and policy experts alike...an excellent contribution"
Jinee Lokaneeta, Law and Politics Book Review

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Sarah Song explores the tensions between minority group rights and gender equality, drawing on detailed case studies of gendered cultural conflicts to offer a fresh perspective on multicultural politics. She examines the role of intercultural interactions in shaping such conflicts and argues for resolving them through intercultural democratic dialogue.

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