Canadian Muslim Youth and Political Participation
Date: June 2011
Authors: Katherine Bullock, PhD & Paul Nesbitt-Larking, PhD
This report is based upon a series of encounters between the researchers and twenty young Muslims in two Ontario communities: London and the Greater Toronto Area. The theoretical and methodological bases for the report combined studies in youth political participation in Western societies with techniques of semi-structured interviewing.
The findings uncovered a generalized willingness to engage in the Canadian political society and voluntary sector.Download
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