Routledge has published a new book on the Wellbeing of Transnational Muslim Families: Marriage, Law and Gender (June 2019). The book, edited by Marja Tiilikainen, Mulki Al-Sharmani, and Sanna Mustasaari, contributes to conversations about migration and social policy in Europe, particularly the Nordic region. From the publisher:
This book examines the needs, aspirations, strategies, and challenges of transnational Muslim migrants in Europe with regard to family practices such as marriage, divorce, and parenting. Critically re-conceptualizing “wellbeing” and unpacking its multiple dimensions in the context of Muslim families, it investigates how migrants make sense of and draw on different norms, laws, and regimes of knowledge as they navigate different aspects of family relations and life in a transnational social space. With attention to issues such as registration of marriage, civil versus religious marriage, spousal roles and rights, polygamy, parenting, child wellbeing, and everyday security, the authors offer national and comparative case studies of Muslim families from different parts of the world, covering different family bonds and relations, within both extended and nuclear families.
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