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Volume 26, Number 3, 3 May 2020

Introduction: pluralising Muslim youth identities: intersections of nation, religion and gender
pp. 287-297(11)
Authors: Dunne, Máiréad; Crossouard, Barbara

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Muslim youth as global citizens
pp. 298-313(16)
Authors: Crossouard, Barbara; Dunne, Máiréad

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Fracturing the nation: Muslim youth identities in multi-religious states
pp. 330-344(15)
Authors: Fincham, Kathleen; Dunne, Máiréad

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Pluralising Islam: doing Muslim identities differently
pp. 345-360(16)
Authors: Dunne, Máiréad; Durrani, Naureen; Fincham, Kathleen; Crossouard, Barbara

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Understanding agency differently: female youth’s Muslim identities
pp. 361-375(15)
Authors: Crossouard, Barbara; Dunne, Máiréad; Durrani, Naureen

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Gender symbolism and the expression of post-colonial national and religious identities
pp. 376-387(12)
Authors: Dunne, Máiréad; Fincham, Kathleen; Crossouard, Barbara; Durrani, Naureen

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Cultural trauma and its impact on the Iraqi Assyrian experience of identity
pp. 388-402(15)
Authors: Kassem, Niveen; Jackson, Mark

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