Interviews with young Muslim women of Pakistani origin

by R. Sharif

Publisher: Centre for the Study of Islamand Christian-Muslim Relations in Birmingham

Written in English
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Edited excerpt of a thesis (M.A.) presented to Birmingham University.

Statementby R. Sharif.
SeriesResearch Papers -- 27
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Open LibraryOL17272888M

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