A ‘system of self-appointed leaders’?

Stephen H Jones, Therese O'Toole, Daniel Nilsson DeHanas, Tariq Modood, Nasar Meer

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Abstract

Critics of Muslim representation have become more prominent over the last decade. As a consequence, almost all attempts to lobby politically on behalf of Muslims are regarded by many with suspicion. Today, though, Muslim representation is more dynamic, with new Muslim voices using a range of different channels to engage with government. The dominant understanding of Muslim representation as a ‘system of self-appointed leaders’ needs to be reassessed to take these changes into account.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherPublic Spirit
Publication statusPublished - 20 Aug 2013

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  • SPAIS Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship

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    O'Toole, T., Modood, T., Jones, S. H., Nilsson DeHanas, D., Meer, N., Woodhead, L., Oldfield, E. & Singleton, D.

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    O'Toole, T., Modood, T., Jones, S. H., Nilsson DeHanas, D. & Meer, N.

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