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  • Gender, religious identity, and civic engagement among Arab Muslims in the United States.
    Read, Jen'nan Ghazal (2015)
    Sociology of Religion 76:1: 30-48.

    Analyzes 2001-04 telephone interview data from Muslim Arab Americans. Religiosity positively predicts civic engagement, especially for men.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Islam, U.S.A.; Gender; Civic engagement; Arab Americans
  • Religion, Family, and Women's Employment among Muslim and Christian Arab Americans.
    Read, Jen'nan Ghazal (2010)
    In Christopher G. Ellison and Robert A. Hummer (eds.) Religion, Families, and Health. Population-Based Research in the United States. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 206-225.

    Analyzes 2000 questionnaire data from Arab American women. Muslim affiliation is less important than degree of religiosity in suppressing labor force participation, & the degree of religiosity has important effects only for women having childrne in the home.

    Associated Search Terms: Family; Arab Americans; Economic; Islam, U.S.A.
  • Gender and the Education-employment Paradox in Ethnic and Religious Contexts: The Case of Arab Americans.
    Read, Jen'nan Ghazal, and Sharon Oselin (2008)
    American Sociological Review 73:2: 296-313.

    Arab Americans see women's education as a resource for the socialization of children, a pattern reflecting their ethnic & religious contexts.

    Associated Search Terms: Arab Americans; Education; Socialization; Family; Stratification; Gender
  • The political participation and engagement of Muslim Americans: Mosque involvement and group consciousness.
    Jamal, Amaney (2007)
    American Politics Research 33:4: 521-544.

    2002 telephone interview data from Muslim Americans in the New York City area show mosques enhance the political particpation of Arab Americans, the collective consciousness of Arab & African American Muslims, & the civic engagement but not politcal involvemnt or collective consciousness of South Asian Muslims.

    Associated Search Terms: South Asian Americans; Identity; Politics, U.S.A.; Islam, U.S.A.; African Americans; Arab Americans; Civic engagement; United States, New York, New York
  • Family, Religion, and Work among Arab-American Women.
    Read, Jen'nan Ghazal (2004)
    Journal of Marriage and Family 67: 1042-1050.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Economic; Gender role; Arab Americans; Family
  • The Sources of Gender Role Attitudes among Christian and Muslim Arab-American Women.
    Read, Jen'nan Ghazal (2003)
    Sociology of Religion 64:2: 207-222.

    Analyzes 2000 questionnaire data from Arab American women. More than half were Christian & many were immigrants. Immigrant status & scriptural literalism predicted gender role traditionalism.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, U.S.A.; Gender role; Literalism; Arab Americans; Migration
  • Challenging Myths of Muslim Women: The Influence of Islam on Arab-American Women's Labor Force Participation.
    Read, Jen'nan Ghazal (2002)
    Muslim World 96:1: 19-38.

    Associated Search Terms: Work; Arab Americans; Islam, U.S.A.; Women
  • Melkite Catholics in the United States.
    Macke, Beth A. (1993)
    Sociology of Religion 54:4: 413-420.

    Reports 1991 descriptive data on the American Melkite diocese, gathered from members of the Diocesan Pastoral Council.

    Associated Search Terms: Arab Americans; Catholic, Melkite, U.S.A.; Migrant
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