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Realising Muslim women's rights: the role of Islamic identity among British Muslim women

Brown, Katherine (2006) Realising Muslim women's rights: the role of Islamic identity among British Muslim women Women’s Studies International Forum (doi:10.1016/j.wsif.2006.05.002).

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Abstract

This article considers the complexities of the British Muslim-Islamic identity and the positions it offers British Muslim women to realise rights from the State in Great Britain. By recognising the interplay of religion, gender and ethnicity in the everyday lives of British Muslim women, it is possible to reveal how religious identity positions have re-constructed rights and provided Muslim women in the UK with a platform from which to attain rights. Specifically, two sets of rights are examined, the right to employment and education, and the right to personal security and family. The article is organised in three parts. The first introduces the methodological and conceptual issues informing the research. The second section analyses the ways in which community and rights intersect with identity. The third area examines in detail the two sets of rights outlined above as presented by those interviewed for the purposes of this research.

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Published date: 2006
Organisations: Politics & International Relations

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Local EPrints ID: 35063
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/35063
PURE UUID: 7b7de3b4-5082-4552-b3ba-5e967f2ad4a4

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Date deposited: 11 Jul 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:48

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