A Matter of Honour: Experiences of Turkish Women Immigrants.
A Matter of Honour: Experiences of Turkish Women Immigrants. Tahire Kocturk explains that her book is the result of an attempt to make the voices of immigrant Turkish women living in Western Europe heard in the face of 'well-meaning generalizations' and 'less friendly prejudices'- in other words, racism. Muslim communities, like many other communities living in Western European societies, face individual and institutional racism.
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A Matter of Honour: Experiences of Turkish Women Immigrants, by Tahire Kocturk. 145 pages, tables, references, index. London: Humanities Press International, 1992. Education, Legal Status, Reproductive Health: Women in Turkey. Istanbul: Kidog (NGO Advocacy Network for Women), 1997. Women in Modern Turkish Society: A Reader. The third shift Family Patterns & Gender Relations.
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