Marriage, the Islamic advice literature and its women readers

@inproceedings{Qureshi2018MarriageTI,
  title={Marriage, the Islamic advice literature and its women readers},
  author={Kaveri Qureshi},
  year={2018}
}
This article draws from the author’s study of marital breakdown in South Asian Muslim families in Britain, in which she found women engaging with an Islamic advice literature about marriage, much o... 
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