Islam and development: exploring the invisible aid economy

Clarke, Matthew and Tittensor, David 2014, Islam and development: exploring the invisible aid economy, Ashgate, Farnham, England.

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Title Islam and development: exploring the invisible aid economy
Author(s) Clarke, Matthew
Tittensor, David
Editor(s) Clarke, Matthew
Tittensor, David
Publication date 2014
Total pages 224
Publisher Ashgate
Place of Publication Farnham, England
Keyword(s) Islam
development
charity
NGOs
aid
Summary The study of Islam since the advent of 9/11 has made a significant resurgence. However, much of the work produced since then has tended to focus on the movements that not only provide aid to their fellow Muslims, but also have political and at times violent agendas. This tendency has led to a dearth of research on the wider Muslim aid and development scene. Focusing on the role and impact of Islam and Islamic FBOs, an arena that has come to be regarded by some as the 'invisible aid economy', Islam and Development considers Islamic theology and its application to development and how Islamic teaching is actualized in case studies of Muslim FBOs. It brings together contributions from the disciplines of theology, sociology, politics and economics, aiming both to raise awareness and to function as a corrective step within the development studies literature.
ISBN 9781409470809
Language eng
Field of Research 220403 Islamic Studies
220405 Religion and Society
Socio Economic Objective 940302 International Aid and Development
HERDC Research category A7 Edited book
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30062003

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