Muslim Women as Citizens in Australia: Perth as a Case Study

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMuslim Minorities in the West
EditorsYazbeck Haddad, Y., J.I. Smith
Place of PublicationCalifornia
PublisherAltamira Press
Pages217-232
ISBN (Print)0 7591 0217
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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Yasmeen, S. (2002). Muslim Women as Citizens in Australia: Perth as a Case Study. In Y. Haddad, Y., & J. I. Smith (Eds.), Muslim Minorities in the West (pp. 217-232). California: Altamira Press.
Yasmeen, Samina. / Muslim Women as Citizens in Australia: Perth as a Case Study. Muslim Minorities in the West. editor / Yazbeck Haddad ; Y. ; J.I. Smith. California : Altamira Press, 2002. pp. 217-232
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Muslim Minorities in the West. ed. / Yazbeck Haddad; Y.; J.I. Smith. California : Altamira Press, 2002. p. 217-232.

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Yasmeen S. Muslim Women as Citizens in Australia: Perth as a Case Study. In Haddad Y, Y., Smith JI, editors, Muslim Minorities in the West. California: Altamira Press. 2002. p. 217-232