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  • 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: Gender traditionalism; Assimilation; Netherlands; Turkish Dutch; Education; Moroccan Dutch; Generations; Identity; Islam, Netherlands; Women; Clothing
  • Examining Trends in Muslim Self-Identification and Mosque Attendance Among People of Turkish and Moroccan Descent in the Netherlands, 1997-2009.
    Smits, Fransje, and Wout Ultee (2013)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52:3: 596-616.

    Analyzes 1997-2009 survey data from Turkish & Moroccan Dutch Muslims. Identification as Muslims & mosque attendance showed no real increases or decreases.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Netherlands; Moroccan Dutch; Netherlands; Practice; Turkish Dutch; Identification
  • Parental religious transmission after migration: The case of Dutch Muslims.
    Maliepaard, Mieke, and Marcel Lubbers (2013)
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39;3: 425-442.

    Associated Search Terms: Moroccan Dutch; Family; Migrant; Netherlands; Socialization; Turkish Dutch; Islam, Netherlands
  • Reaching the limits of secularization? Turkish- and Moroccan-Dutch Muslims in the Netherlands.
    Maliepaard, Mieke, Mérove Gijsberts, and Marcel Lubbers (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:2: 359-367.

    Secondary analysis of 1998-2006 surveys of Dutch Muslims. Rather than adopting Dutch secularism, as seemed to occur previously, a second female generation & first male generation are reviving Mosque attendance.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Netherlands; Turkish Dutch; Assimilation; Education; Gender; Generations; Secularization; Practice; Netherlands; Moroccan Dutch
  • Migration and Religion. Testing the Limits of Secularisation among Turkish and Moroccan Muslims in the Netherlands 1998-2005.
    Phalet, Karen, Merove Gijsberts, and Louk Hagendoorn. (2008)
    Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 481:: 412-436.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Moroccan Dutch; Migrant; Turkish Dutch; Islam, Netherlands; Secularization
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