Becoming Visible: The Role of the Internet in Dress Choices among Native-Born Converts to Islam in North America
Although hijab is just one facet of Islam (and from a theological perspective, not the most important), many native-born converts in North America—especially women—appear to struggle with it: what to wear; what to think about hijab; how to make the transition and how it affects their interactions wi...
|Main Author:||Akou, Heather|
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|published in:||Hawwa (Leiden) Vol. 13; no. 3; pp. 279 - 296|
|Data of publication:||2015|
|Database:||Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature
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