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  • Materialism and fashion consciousness: The moderating role of status consumption tendencies and religiosity.
    Yeniaras, Volkan, and K. Ali Akkemik (2017)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 56:3: 498-513.

    Analyzes 2015 interview & questionnaire surveys in Istanbul. Intrinsic religiosity reduces the association between materialism & fashion-novelty consciousness.

    Associated Search Terms: Clothing; Fashion; Intrinsic religious motivation scale; Materialism; Turkey, Istanbul
  • Female Muslim subjectivity in the secular public sphere: Hijab and ritual prayer as "technologies of the self."
    Topal, Semiha (2017)
    Social Compass 64:4: 582-596.

    Based on 20 interviews in Turkey. Analyzes practices as "technologies of the self" as described by Foucault, which form, rather than merely express, an identity.

    Associated Search Terms: Foucault, Michel; Islam, Turkey; Women; Turkey; Self; Clothing; Identity; Practice
  • Narrating liberal rights and culture: Muslim face veiling, urban coexistence and contention in Spain
    Burchardt, Marian, Mar Griera, and Gloria García-Romeral (2015)
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41:7: 1068-1087.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Spain; Conflict; Clothing; Urban
  • "Monastiizing the monastic": Religious clothes, socialization and the transformation of body and self among Greek Orthodox nuns.
    Sotiriou, Eleni (2015)
    Italian Journal of Sociology of Education 7:3: 140-160.

    Associated Search Terms: Novice; Socialization; Nun; Monasticism; Clothing; Religious; Greek Orthodox
  • Gender and cultivating the moral self in Islam: Muslim converts in an American mosque.
    Rao, Aliya Hamid (2015)
    Sociology of Religion 76:4: 413-435.

    Based on 2012-13 participant observation & interviews in a northeastern U.S.A. urban mosque. Includes attitudes about polygyny.

    Associated Search Terms: Self; Polygyny; Participant observation; Islam, U.S.A.; Convert; Clothing; Gender
  • Understanding the veiling of Muslim women in the Netherlands.
    Brünig, Bianca, and Fenella Fleischmann (2015)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:1: 20-37.

    Analyzes 2006-07 interview data from ethnic Turkish & Moroccan women in the Netherlands about veiling. Strong Muslim identity & gender traditionalism positively predict veiling. Educational attainment & contact with Dutch negatively predict it, but highly educated women who were also highly religious were more likely to veil.

    Associated Search Terms: Turkish Dutch; Education; Women; Generations; Netherlands; Moroccan Dutch; Islam, Netherlands; Clothing; Gender traditionalism; Identity; Assimilation
  • The Headscarf Debates: Conflicts of National Belonging.
    Korteweg, Anna C., and Gökçe Yurdakul (2014)
    Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam; Clothing
  • Opposing Muslims and the Muslim headscarf in Western Europe.
    Helbling, Marc (2014)
    European Sociological Review 30:2: 242-257.

    Associated Search Terms: Europe, western; Clothing; Islam, Europe; Prejudice, anti-Islamic
  • The Headscarf Debates: Conflicts of National Belonging.
    Aziz, Sahar F. (2014)
    Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Netherlands; Turkey; Clothing; Discourse; France; Gender; Germany; Islam, France; Islam, Germany; Netherlands; Islam, Turkey
  • Double standards? Veils and crucifixes in he European legal order.
    Joppke, Christian (2013)
    European Journal of Sociology 54:1: 97-123.

    Associated Search Terms: Clothing; Europe; Law
  • Discourses on Religious Diversity. Explorations in an Urban Ecology.
    Stringer, Martin D. (2013)

    Associated Search Terms: Diversity; Pluralism; Feast; Urban; Clothing
  • "An affair of the heart": Hijab narratives of Arab Musli women in Malta.
    Grima, Nathalie (2013)
    Implicit Religion 16:4: 461-481.

    Based on informal participant observation & interviews in Malta. Deciding to veil was an individualist decision made in adulthood, not a traditionalist observance imposed from childhood by families.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Malta; Malta; Women; Clothing; Participant observation
  • Voile intégral en France. Sociologie d'un paradoxe.
    Bourghée, Myriam (2012)
    Paris: Michalon.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, France; France; Clothing
  • La religion en pratique. Le port du voile dans l'espace sportif en Tunisie.
    Lachheb, Monia (2012)
    Social Compass 59:1: 120-135.

    Based on semi-structured interviews with 10 young women who participate in sports, about how they dress.

    Associated Search Terms: Sport; Clothing; Islam, Tunisia; Tunisia
  • Performing gender and religion: The veil's impact on boundary-making processes in France.
    Salzbrunn, Monika (2012)
    Women's Studies 41: 682-705.

    Associated Search Terms: Boundary maintenance; Gender; Islam, France; Clothing; France
  • Social and economic impact of the headscarf ban on women in Turkey.
    Guveli, Ayse (2011)
    European Societiesa 13:2: 171-189.

    Associated Search Terms: Clothing; Turkey; Women
  • The Hijab: Boundary Work and Identity Negotiations among Immigrant Muslim Women in the Los Angeles Area.
    Furseth, Inger (2011)
    Review of Religious Research 52:4: 365-385.

    Reports attitudes of Muslim immigrant women in the Los Angeles area toward wearing the vail, based on life histories.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Islam, U.S.A.; Life histories; Migrant; United States, California, Los Angeles; Clothing
  • Les antinomies du port du voile.
    Dialmy, Abdessamad (2008)
    Social Compass 55:4: 561-580.

    Explores the various meanings of Muslim women wearing the veil.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam; Women; Clothing
  • The shifting significance of the halal/haram frontier: Narratives on the Hijab an other issues.
    Allievi, Stefano (2006)
    In Karin van Nieuwkerk (ed.) Women Embracing Islam: Gender and Conversion in the West. Austin: University of Texas Press, pp. 120-150.

    Associated Search Terms: Conversion; Islam; Clothing; Women
  • Veils and wooden clogs do not go together.
    Nieuwkerk, Karin van (2004)
    Ethnos 69:2: 229-247.

    Associated Search Terms: Clothing; Islam; Women
  • La question du voile: une hystérie politique.
    Terry, Emmanuel (2004)
    Mouvements 32: 96-104.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, France; France; Conflict; Politics, France; Clothing
  • Crossing the borders of whiteness? White Muslim women who wear hijab in Britain today.
    Franks, Myfanwy (2000)
    Ethnic and Racial Studies 23:5: 917-929.

    Associated Search Terms: Clothing; Islam, Great Britain; Racialization; Women
  • The Forbidden Modern: Civilization and Veiling.
    Göle, Nilüfer (1997)
    Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Modernity; Clothing; Islam
  • Class, community, and costume in an Andalusian pilgrimage.
    Murphy, Michael Dean (1994)
    Anthropological Quarterly 67:2: 49-61.

    Associated Search Terms: Pilgrimage; Spain, Andalusia, Almonte; Marian; Class; Clothing
  • Social Dimensions of Religious Clothing.
    Weigert, Andrew J. (1969)
    Review for Religious 28:1: 48-55.

    Notes that the contemporary plurality of individuals' clothing, reflecting roles rather than statuses, has implications for sisters' changes in clothing.

    Associated Search Terms: Symbol; Sisters; Role; Clothing; Orders/congregations
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