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Turkish mosques in Britain as a religious socialization agent
(Transnational Press London, 2015-09)
A mosque, as a religious place, is one of the constituent institutions of social structure of Muslim society. It is not only a place where religious practices are carried out by participants, but it also has a significant ...
Little Turkey in Great Britain
(Transnational Press London, 2016)
Turkish migration to British Isles has a long history but sizeable diaspora communities and enclaves of Turkish origin have emerged only in the last four to five decades. Earlier groups arrived were Cypriots fleeing the ...
Turkish and Pakistani Muslim Communities in Britain: comparative approach
(CMT GRUP Ajans W.T. Yayıncılık, 2013-06)
Abstract The entity of immigrant populations of Muslims in Britain constitutes a significant proportion. From Muslim countries to Britain, people have migrated at different times and for different purposes and settled in ...
Turkish Muslim immigrants in Britain religious life and religious organizations
(David Publishing, 2013)
Turkish Muslim immigrants in Britain consist of Turks, Kurds and Turkish Cypriots migrating for different reasons at different times for immigration and asylum. This migrant community has a non‐homogeneous structure owing ...