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This study explores the process of reIigious identity formation and examines the emergence of reli-#on as the most salient source of personal and social identity for a group of second-generation Muslim Americans. Drawing on data gathered through participant observation, focus groups, and individual interviews with Muslim university students in New York and Colorado, three stages of religious identity development are presented: religion as ascribed identity ; reli#on as chosen identity; anddoi:10.2307/4153097 fatcat:n7zfvdd5pvb4djapychixgyxmi