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Muslims on the Map: A National Survey of Social Trends in Britain

Muslims on the Map: A National Survey of Social Trends in Britain
Serena Hussain

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Many faith groups in the UK - most notably Muslims - have in recent years challenged the idea that religion should be predominantly a matter for the private domain. In response to this challenge, the 2001 National Census included the question of religious affiliation. Using the large-scale data of the 2001 National Census, "Muslims on the Map" has created the first long awaited community profile which looks at Muslims as an entire faith community from a sociological and social policy perspective. In her analysis, Serena Hussain reveals the social position of Muslims as a group compared to other faith communities in terms of educational qualifications, economic activity and housing conditions and as demonstrated by other poverty indicators. In doing so, she provides the first significant, comprehensive portrait of Muslim communities in modern Britain.

Table of Contents

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • Introduction
  • - Creating a community profile
  • - Who qualifies as being a Muslim
  • Becoming Visible
  • - From Private to Public
  • - Muslim identity and the Muslim disapora
  • - Ethical consideration for data on religion
  • Muslim Communities Hidden and Seen
  • - 'Three stages' of Muslim settlement in Britain
  • - Profiling hidden communities
  • - Current demographic profile of Muslims in Britain
  • Education
  • - Differential attainment between ethnic groups
  • - Issues specific for Muslim students
  • - What quantitative data adds to the debate about Muslims and education
  • Families
  • - Preferences and family types
  • - Complex households and Co-residence cohesion
  • - Marriage patterns and Childbirth
  • - Extended family explored
  • Housing Services and Disadvantage
  • - Housing and Amenities
  • - Greater levels of need and lower service take up
  • - Family services and community preference
  • Conclusion
  • - Areas investigated
  • - Women
  • - Diversity and Disadvantage
  • - Policy implications

Author Info

Serena Hussain completed her PhD at the University of Bristol and is currently working on a project exploring migration and ethnic geographies at the Univesity of Leeds. Though her principle expertise is in Muslims in Britain, she has also worked on community tolerance, young people and unemployment, asylum seekers and 'hidden' ethnic communities.

Bibliographic Info

Imprint: I.B.Tauris
Publisher: I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd.
Series: International Library of Human Geography

Hardback
ISBN: 9781845114718
Publication Date: 29 Jul 2008
Number of Pages: 256
Height: 216
Width: 134
Illustrations: Illustrations, maps

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