- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
OneFaith and the public realm
TwoControversies of ‘public faith’
Three‘Soft’ segregation: Muslim identity, British secularism and inequality
FourHow participation changes things: ‘inter-faith’, ‘multi-faith’ and a new public imaginary
FiveFaith, multiculturalism and community cohesion: a policy conversation
SixBlurred encounters? Religious literacy, spiritual capital and language
SevenReligion, political participation and civic engagement: women’s experiences
EightYoung people and faith activism: British Muslim youth, glocalisation and the umma
NineFaith-based schools: institutionalising parallel lives?
TenFaiths, government and regeneration: a contested discourse
ElevenFaith and the voluntary sector in urban governance: distinctive yet similar?
- Faith in the public realm
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