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Is the second generation of Muslim Americans satisfied with the way they practice Islam in the US?

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Title: Is the second generation of Muslim Americans satisfied with the way they practice Islam in the US?
Author(s): Barabanova, Alexandra
Subject(s): Muslim Islam Religious Practice Upbringing Second Generation
Abstract: In my research paper I asked if second generation Muslim American freshmen that moved away from their parents’ homes for the first time to go to college were satisfied with the way they practice Islam on UIUC campus. I interviewed second-generation Muslim Americans freshmen on the UIUC campus that live in the dormitories, both male and female, independent of the country of origin. I looked at what extent they practice Islam and how important the religion is to them. I also explored if the campus offers enough resources to practice Islam.
Issue Date: 2012-01
Series/Report: AAS 258, Fall 2011Junaid Rana, Instructor
Genre: Essay
Type: Text
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2142/34858
Publication Status: unpublished
Peer Reviewed: not peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS: 2012-11-02
 

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