Muslim american women on campus undergraduate social life and identity by shabana mir view inside and fashion to probe how muslim american students adapt to campus life and build social networks that are seamlessly american muslim and youthful in this lively and highly accessible book we hear the womens own often poignant voices as . 5 let them be normal and date muslim american undergraduate women in sexualized campus culture pp 126 172 in this chapter i show a partial range of voices among muslim american undergraduate women regarding the thorniest of issues those most fraught with anxiety discourses about sexuality and gendered behavior. Book review mir s 2014 muslim american women on campus undergraduate social life and identity chapel hill nc the university of north carolina press 224 pp isbn 978 1 4696 1078 8 ariel sincoff yedid 1 indiana university usa in muslim american women on campus shabana mir illuminates the ways that collegiate. Women in particular the focus on the muslim womens undergraduate social life and identity risks creating a stock image of campus culture and the lives of the undergraduate participants which may have cost developing an even more nuanced understanding of their social relationships identity and psychological well being. Muslim american women on campus undergraduate social life and identity written by shabana mir is an ethnographic study of muslim american women undergraduates who study at georgetown and george washington university in washington dc intensive and long term involvement with the participants the researcher untangles the complicated life of muslim american women on campus
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