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Religion and Gender
According to foundational Islamic texts, motherhood is a key aspect of women's diverse social roles; however some Muslim religious commentaries position motherhood as the only aspect of women's contributions to society. The everyday mothering experiences of Muslim women remain absent from these discussions. This anthropological article will examine Muslim women's narratives of motherhood and mothering in contemporary Britain. In my research, Muslim women in Britain chose motherhood, firstly, asdoi:10.18352/rg.10126 fatcat:yjz4aathkzbbxfn6hl3gv35tcy