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BEYOND ORIENTALISM HOW TO UNDERSTAND THE CULTURE OF MUSLIM SCHOOLS IN ENGLAND: SOME METHODOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS

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This paper seeks to offer an exploration of an appropriate methodology for the study of Muslim schools in England. For this matter, it focuses on the need for an extensive contextualisation and awareness of cultural subjectivities and identifies some commonalties and dissimilarities that may influence the collection of data concerned with the culture of Muslim schools in one northern European country. The primary focus is an attempt to register the complexity of investigating cultural issues and to propose some tentative steps towards qualitative research that will tell the story of a significant development within state education in England.

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