Development of religious identity of orthopraxic young Muslims (research rounded off)
Elsbeth Visser-Vogel MSc carried out qualitative research on the development of religious identity of orthopraxic young Muslims in the Netherlands. Young people ranging in age between 20 and 22 were interviewed several times (2010-2015)
How do orthopraxic young Muslims perceive their development of religious identity?
What constitutes the religious identity of orthopraxic young Muslims? How has their religious identity developed? Who have played a part in this? What is the relation between the development of their religious identity and the society in which they live?
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