ISS 19 The Phenomenology of Community Activism

Muslim Civil Society Organisations in Australia

Nora Amath
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ISS 19 The Phenomenology of Community Activism

Published

1 December 2015

ISBN

9780522869262

Weight

410g

Size

211mm x 142mm

Imprint

MUP Academic

ISS 19 The Phenomenology of Community Activism

Muslim Civil Society Organisations in Australia

Nora Amath
The Phenomenology of Community Activism provides an experientially-based understanding of Muslim civil society organisations (MCSOs) in Australia

Ultimately, Islam is what Muslims understand it to be, subject to their interpretations and based on their experiences, and this book has provided space for those narratives to be articulated.”
Nora Amath

About the author

Nora Amath completed her PhD at Griffith University, looking at how Muslim civil society organisations have responded to the socio-political context in Australia. Nora's academic interest includes Muslims in the West, the sociology of Islam and community development. She is also highly active in human rights advocacy, community work and international development, including interfaith understanding, and has received a number of awards for her efforts.

About Nora Amath

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