Learning to Be Muslim—Transnationally

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Cainkar, Louise;

This essay discusses the religious upbringing experiences and reflections upon them articulated by 53 Muslim American youth who were interviewed as part of a larger sociological study of Arab American teenagers living transnationally. On extended sojourns in their paren... View more
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