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"Sirin and Fine...render visible the complex lives of a profoundly maligned and misunderstood group—Muslim-American youth. They deploy surveys, focus groups, in-depth interviews, and identity maps to explore how Muslim-American youth are creating and re-creating themselves within these politically and socially charged times . . . This is a must read."
-M. Brinton Lykes,Lynch School of Education and Center for Human Rights and International Justice, Boston College
"This book will be particularly useful for any professional who needs well-researched support for what their instinct tells them their community needs."
-VOYA Voices of Youth Advocates
“With heart and eloquence, the authors illuminate vital concerns about our society’s treatment of Muslim-American youth.”
“This work complexly and richly captures the diversity in the lived identities of Muslim-American youth, highlighting the power and potential of mixed methodologies in studying the phenomenon of life on the hyphen.”
-Harvard Educational Review
"This book provides a unique, powerful, rich, and nuanced understanding of identity development among Muslim-American youth. The publication of Muslim American Youth is a landmark event in developmental science."
-Richard M. Lerner,Bergstrom Chair in Applied Developmental Science, Tufts University