'Secular Fundamentalism' : Religious Freedom and the Banning of Muslim Headscarves in France

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Clark, Sevda. (2004). 'Secular Fundamentalism' : Religious Freedom and the Banning of Muslim Headscarves in France. Polemic. 13(3), pp. 9-13.
AuthorsClark, Sevda
Abstract

Analysis of the context of French law with respect to the class of people it specifically targets - Muslim women - to demonstrate that the law is premised upon false assumptions and fails to achieve its stated aims.

KeywordsReligion; Law; France; Muslim; headscarves
Year01 Jan 2004
JournalPolemic
Journal citation13 (3), pp. 9-13
PublisherUniversity of Sydney
ISSN1036-9503
Web address (URL)https://search.informit.org/doi/abs/10.3316/agispt.20051471
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Page range9-13
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