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Governing through Prevent? Regulation and Contested Practice in State–Muslim Engagement
In this article, we consider the implications of the ‘Prevent’ strand of the government’s counter-terrorism strategy for the UK state’s engagement with Muslims. We argue that the logics of PreventExpand
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Privately Funded Providers of Higher Education in the UK
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The ‘metropolis of dissent’: Muslim participation in Leicester and the ‘failure’ of multiculturalism in Britain
Focusing on Muslim participation in the governance of Leicester in the East Midlands of England, this article contests prevalent assumptions about the contemporary politics of multiculturalism.Expand
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‘That’s how Muslims are required to view the world’: Race, culture and belief in non-Muslims’ descriptions of Islam and science
Islam’s positioning in relation to Western ideals of individuality, freedom, women’s rights and democracy has been an abiding theme of sociological analysis and cultural criticism, especially sinceExpand
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New Labour and the Re-making of British Islam: The Case of the Radical Middle Way and the "Reclamation" of the Classical
This article examines the emergence of new forms of Islam in Britain between the 1990s and the present, and in particular the role played by the New Labour government (1997-2010) in encouraging newExpand
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Religious literacy leadership in higher education: leadership challenges: case studies
Case studies based on primary research about practical and conceptual dilemmas raised by religious faith in university settings.
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