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Table 5 Use of central sex/gender theoretical concepts and processes for explanation of intersectional sex/gender differences

From: Intersectionality-based quantitative health research and sex/gender sensitivity: a scoping review

Sex/gender concepts and processes for explanation of intersectional sex/gender differences
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Gender (intra-individual)        
Psychological/cognitive           
Physical/biological              
Behavioural             
Privilege/resource               
Gender (inter-individual)     
Gender norms        
Socio-cultural         
Discrimination           
Social networks/social capital             
Privilege/resource              
Socio-economic              
Environmental               
Gender Equality           
Gender Equity            
EMBODIMENT            
Eco-social               
Social (behavioural)             
Psycho-biological               
Sex