Hyphenated Selves : Muslim American Youth Negotiating Identities on the Fault Lines of Global Conflict

@inproceedings{Sirin2012HyphenatedS,
  title={Hyphenated Selves : Muslim American Youth Negotiating Identities on the Fault Lines of Global Conflict},
  author={Selcuk Rogers Sirin and Michelle Fine},
  year={2012}
}
In the wake of the events of September 11, Muslim-American youth found that the multiple cultures within which they live were suddenly and alarmingly in conflict. The developmental consequences of living in a world fractured by religious and ethnic terror have yet to be determined forMuslim youth in the United States. This exploratory, mixed-method study begins to examine how Muslim youth negotiate their identities in these challenging times. Documented in the surveys, narrated in the… CONTINUE READING