Without prejudice: an exploration of religious diversity, secularism and citizenship in England 1 (with particular reference to the state funding of Muslim faith schools and multiculturalism)

@article{Gokulsing2006WithoutPA,
  title={Without prejudice: an exploration of religious diversity, secularism and citizenship in England 1 (with particular reference to the state funding of Muslim faith schools and multiculturalism)},
  author={K. Gokulsing},
  journal={Journal of Education Policy},
  year={2006},
  volume={21},
  pages={459-470}
}
  • K. Gokulsing
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Education Policy
This article aims to explore religious diversity and its implications for schools in England, with particular reference to the state funding of Muslim schools and multiculturalism. Recent demonstrations in France and England against the proposed ban on the wearing of religious symbols such as the Muslim headscarf (hijab) have brought to the fore the centrality of religion in the collective identity of ethnic minorities, particularly those of South Asian origins. This collective identity is now… Expand
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