Submitting to God: Women and Islam in Urban Malaysia
A study of the everyday religious practice of pious women within Kuala Lumpur's affluent, Malay middle class. Here, women play an active part in the Islamization process not only by heightened personal religiosity but also by organising and participating in public programmes of religious education.
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