Perspectives and Experiences of Muslim Women Who Veil on College Campuses

@article{Cole2003PerspectivesAE,
  title={Perspectives and Experiences of Muslim Women Who Veil on College Campuses},
  author={D. Cole and Darnell Shafiqa Ahmadi},
  journal={Journal of College Student Development},
  year={2003},
  volume={44},
  pages={47 - 66}
}
Conducted prior to the terrorism of September 11, 2001, this qualitative study explored the perceptions and experiences of 7 women who veiled on a large college campus in the Midwest. With national origins ranging from Pakistan, Turkey, Egypt, to the United States, some participants reevaluated and subsequently unveiled due to their college experiences. 
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