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Young Muslims and Everyday Political Practice: A DIY Citizenship Approach

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posted on 2019-01-01, 00:00 authored by Anita HarrisAnita Harris, Josh RooseJosh Roose
This chapter considers what a ‘diy citizenship’ approach can offer to analyses of the everyday political practices of first and second generation youth of Mus-lim migrant communities who are outside both radical and mainstream poli-tics. We argue that the experiences of these youth raise interesting questions about political practice and citizenship for both youth studies and migration studies in the context of changing opportunities for youth engagement and expression, and generational shifts in the multicultural politics of representation.

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Title of book

Young people and the politics of outrage and hope

Volume

7

Series

Youth in a Globalising World

Chapter number

13

Pagination

226 - 240

Publisher

Brill

Place of publication

Leiden, Germany

ISBN-13

9789004337077

Language

eng

Publication classification

B1 Book chapter

Extent

18

Editor/Contributor(s)

Peter Kelly, Perri Campbell, Lyn Harrison, Chris Hickey

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