Muslims In Britain (Paperback)

Race, Place and Identities

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An innovative insight to the everyday lives of Muslims in Britain, focusing on the intersection of race, place and identities. It gathers a range of reflections on how Muslims in Britain negotiate their everyday lives, manage experiences of racism and exclusion, and develop local networks and global connections.

Product Details

Barcode
9780748625888
Department
Books
Released
1 Jan 2008
Supply Source
UK

Book

Authors
Peter Hopkins (Editor)
Louise Archer (Contributor)
Richard Gale (Editor)
Subtitle
Race, Place and Identities
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Edinburgh University Press
Language
English
Number of Pages
248
Dimensions
232 x 159 x 16mm (376g)

Non-Fiction

General Subject
Religion/Ethics
BISAC Subject 1
Social Science / Islamic Studies
BIC Classification 1
Islamic life & practice
BIC Classification 2
Ethnic minorities & multicultural studies
BIC Classification 3
Religious groups: social & cultural aspects
Library Subject 1
Great Britain - Ethnic relations
Library Subject 2
Muslims - Great Britain
Library Subject 3
Muslims - Great Britain - Social conditions
Dewey Classification
305.6970941
Readership
Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly

Author Bio

Lecturer in Social Geography at the University of Newcastle. Richard Gale was a University Research Fellow in the Department of Sociology at the University of Birmingham. Now he is a lecturer at the School of City and Regional Planning at the University of Cardiff.