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Attitudes to current issues affecting Islam and British Muslims (1174)

Type of Data: Attitudes to current issues affecting Islam and British Muslims (1174)

Faith Community: Islam

Date: 2005, 6 August-6 September

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 466

Population: Muslim students aged 16 and over in further and higher education and those who had graduated within the previous two years

Keywords: British foreign policy, Britishness, deportation, extremism, government, Iraq, Islam, Islamic society, Islamophobia, London bombings, loyalty, media, Muslim community, Muslim identity, Muslim leadership, Muslims, police, shoot-to-kill, sources of religious knowledge, stop-and-search, students, terrorism, Ummah, volunteering

Collection Method: Face-to-face, telephone and online interview

Collection Agency: Federation of Student Islamic Societies in the UK and Ireland

Published Source:

  • The Voice of Muslim Students, August 2005: A Report into the Attitudes and Perceptions of Muslim Students Following the July 7th London Attacks - Results from the FOSIS Muslim Students' Survey, 2005, London: Federation of Student Islamic Societies, 2005
  • http://www.fosis.org.uk

    BRIN ID: 1174


    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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