Intersectionality is ‘a mode of thinking that intersects identities and systems of social oppression and domination’. http://www.thestranger.com/features/2017/04/19/25082450/the-heart-of-whiteness-ijeoma-oluo-interviews-rachel-dolezal-the-white-woman-who-identifies-as-black
Intersectionality means that the use and abuse of power is often happening in a combination of classification. It is a “way of looking at the world that takes a principled stance that it is not enough merely to take [a identificatory classification such as] gender as the main analytical tool of a particular phenomenon, but that gender as an important social and symbolical axis of difference is simultaneously operative with other like race, class, sexuality, and religion”. (Wekker, 2016, p21).
A typology is the result of the classification of things according to their physical characteristics. The products of the classification, i.e. the classes, are also called types. From this perspective, the research focusses on an ‘objectified’ categorization of the collection through ‘metadata’. Metadata or ‘data about data’ is the data describes the contents and context of data in order to facilitate in the discovery of relevant information. The metadata that was used to organize, were ‘location’, ‘classification’ (divided into ‘groups’) and ‘institute’. It is ‘objectified’, since all this data come from specific words that were found in the article.