Special Issue: Muslim Young People in Britain and Russia

Religion, State and Society

Volume 39, Issue 2-3, 2011

Special Issue: Muslim Young People in Britain and Russia: Intersections of Biography, Faith and History

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Muslim Young People in Britain and Russia: Intersections of Biography, Faith and History Marat Shterin & Basia Spalek

Young British Muslims since 9/11: a Composite Attitudinal Profile Clive D. Field

Securing Identities, Resisting Terror: Muslim Youth Work in the UK and its Implications for Security Laura Zahra Mcdonald

‘New Terrorism’ and Crime Prevention Initiatives Involving Muslim Young People in the UK: Research and Policy Contexts Basia Spalek

Islam as Rebellion and Conformity: How Young British Pakistani Muslims in the UK Negotiate Space for and against Radical Ideologies Lucy Michael

Performance, Belonging and Identity: Ritual Variations in the British Qadiriyya Marta Dominguez Diaz

British Muslim Young People: Facts, Features and Religious Trends Sadek Hamid

Islamic Education among Chechens and Ingush: Pupils’, Teachers’ and Experts’ Opinions Irina Molodikova & Victoria Galyapina

‘Ordinary Wahhabism’ versus ‘Ordinary Sufism’? Filming Islam for Postsoviet Muslim Young People Vladimir Bobrovnikov

Reconsidering Radicalisation and Terrorism: the New Muslims Movement in Kabardino-Balkaria and its Path to Violence Marat Shterin & Akhmet Yarlykapov

Young Muslim-Tatar Girls of the Big City: Narrative Identities and Discourses on Islam in Postsoviet Russia Guzel Sabirova

‘Urban’ and ‘Rural’ Islam in the Caucasus: Modernisation versus Conservation Ruslan Kurbanov