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 Topic: Book: Being Young, Male and Muslim in Luton

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  • Book: Being Young, Male and Muslim in Luton
     OP - November 14, 2020, 11:18 AM

    interviews with plonkers no doubt - pdf download available.

    Quote from:
    What is it like to be a young Muslim man in post-7/7 Britain, and what impact do wider political factors have on the multifaceted identities of young Muslim men? Drawn from the author?s ethnographic research of British-born Muslim men in the English town of Luton, Being Young, Male and Muslim in Luton explores the everyday lives of the young men and, in particular, how their identity as Muslims has shaped the way they interact with each other, the local community and the wider world.


    https://www.uclpress.co.uk/products/95144
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