Religion in the Hallways: An Ecological Examination of the Literature on School Experiences of Muslim Adolescents

By Ashmeet K. Oberoi.

Published by The Diversity Collection

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This paper will present findings from a literature review on the role of religion in the school experiences of Muslim students in Western and non-Islamic countries. The focus is on how religion intersects with their family, school, and the larger community context in addition to their relations with their peers, teachers, and other school staff. The review also examines the stressors and resources in their environment, how they negotiate religious and cultural values at home and a secular, Western culture at school, as well as the interplay of culture, ethnicity, race, gender, and religion in these adolescents’ school experiences.

Keywords: School Experiences, Muslim, Adolescents, Ecology, Context, Religion

International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 11, Issue 5, pp.75-94. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.525MB).

Ashmeet K. Oberoi

Doctoral Student, Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA

Ashmeet Oberoi is a doctoral student in Community Psychology. Her broad research interests are acculturation and school adjustment of immigrant children, adolescents, and families. Specifically, she’s interested in understanding the ecology of school lives of immigrant children and adolescents and the role played by religion in it.

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