Sunni-Muslim American Religious Development During Emerging Adulthood

@article{Etengoff2013SunniMuslimAR,
  title={Sunni-Muslim American Religious Development During Emerging Adulthood},
  author={Chana Etengoff and Colette Daiute},
  journal={Journal of Adolescent Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={28},
  pages={690 - 714}
}
Islam is one of the fastest growing religions in America, with approximately 6 to 7 million Muslims living in America within the past decade. However, there has been little psychological research conducted focusing on the development of the Muslim American self. This inquiry addresses that gap by focusing on how familial religious affiliation during childhood and the everyday environmental activity systems of emerging adulthood impact religious practice and the construction of the religious… 

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