Religiosity, Citizenship and Belonging: The Everyday Experiences of Young Australian Muslims

@article{Johns2015ReligiosityCA,
  title={Religiosity, Citizenship and Belonging: The Everyday Experiences of Young Australian Muslims},
  author={Amelia Johns and F. Mansouri and M. Lobo},
  journal={Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs},
  year={2015},
  volume={35},
  pages={171 - 190}
}
Abstract Since 11 September 2001 Muslim Diasporas have emerged as objects of anxiety in Western societies. Underlying this (in)security-driven problematisation is the question of whether Muslims living in the West have the capacity to become fully active citizens while maintaining their religious beliefs, rituals and practices. This apprehension has prompted reactionary government programmes, particularly targeting young Muslims. Such responses fail to recognise the societal capacities that… Expand
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