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Last update Ancillary Activities: Amsterdam (2018-01-22)

Research

Islam en Marokkaanse migranten in Nederland en Europa. Meisjesbesnijdenis in Nederland en Europa.
Participatie in onderzoeksprogramma onderzoeksschool CERES, werkprogramma 7 en onderzoeksprogramma afdeling SCA

 

  • Islam
  • Marokko
  • Marokkaanse migranten in Nederland
  • Gender
  • Etnische identiteit
  • Transculturele hulpverlening
  • Meisjesbesnijdenis
  • Achtergelaten vrouwen
  • Gedwongen huwelijken

 

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Research Output 1986 2017

The Reform of the Moroccan Family Law and Women's Daily Lives: Navigating Between Structural Constraints and Personal Agency

Bartels, E. A. C. & Storms, O. L. 2017 North African Women after the Arab Spring: In the Eye of the Storm. Touaf, L., Boutkhil, S. & Nasri, C. (eds.). Switserland: Palgrave/ MacMillan, p. 191-211 19 p. 10

Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewChapter

The Women's Movement and the 20February Movement in Morocco: An awkward relationship

Bartels, E. A. C. & Brouwer, L. A. 2017 North African Women after the Arab Spring: In the Eye of the Storm. Touaf, L., Boutkhil, S. & Nasri, C. (eds.). Switerland: Palgrave/ MacMillan, p. 149-169 19 p. 8

Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewChapter

Muslim women navigating marriage. A study of women in Northeast Morocco and Dutch Moroccan and Turkish women in the Netherlands

Storms, O. L. 2016 Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit. 169 p.

Research output: ScientificPhD Thesis - Research external, graduation VU

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