Youth and Religion Project Research Papers have been prepared for conference presentation and journal publication, with full details on methodological and relevant literature. They may be copied for the personal use of scholars and practitioners. They may not be cited without permission of the various authors, who may be contacted through Y&R.
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Islam is to Catholicism as Teflon is to Velcro: Theorizing Ambivalence About Religion and Ethnic Culture Among Second Generation Muslim Women and Latina College Students
by R. Stephen Warner, Elise Martel, and Rhonda E. Dugan
Revision of paper prepared for the 1998 annual meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society Kansas City, MO April, 1998
Hijab and American Muslim Women: Creating the Space for Autonomous Selves
by Rhys H. Williams and Gira Vashi
Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society, St. Louis, April, 2001.
Creating Urban Evangelicalism: Youth Ministry, Moral Boundaries, and Social Diversity
by Rhys H. Williams and R. Stephen Warner
Paper presented to Evangelicals and Political and Civic Engagement Conference, sponsored by the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, June 2001.