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Conversion of African Americans to Islam : a sociological analysis of the Nation of Islam and associated groups

Tinaz, Nuri;
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'Conversion of African Americans to Islam: A Sociological Analysis of the Nation of\ud Islam Associated groups' is an empirical study of the religious experience of people\ud who had/have distinctive features in terms of race, ethnicity and historical experience.\ud The purpose of this thesis is to demonstrate how African Americans' (AAs) conversion\ud experience in general, and the Nation of Islam associated groups' conversion in\ud particular, differ from the studies of recruitment and conversion in the sociology of\ud religion and New Religion Movements (NRMs). More specifically, their recruitment\ud and conversion experiences to Islam diverge from those who ...
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