Turkish and Pakistani Muslim Communities in Britain: comparative approach
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CitationÇoştu, Y. (2013). Turkish and Pakistani Muslim Communities in Britain: comparative approach.The Journal of International Social Research, 6(27), 178-184.
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 different regions in Britain. Nowadays, they have constituted heterogeneity in the social, cultural and economic life of Britain. This article will focus on Turkish and Pakistani Muslim Communities in Britain. The choice of the two communities is due to serious differences in their religious, social, and cultural structure, although both of them migrated to Britain about the same period. Therefore, this article examines and compares their adventure of migration, ethnicity and language status and religious life in Britain.
SourceThe Journal of International Social Research
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