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Islam and mass media consumption in post-migration contexts among women from Northern Africa in Catalonia (Spain)
Huertas Bailén, Amparo (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

Data: 2018
Resum: This paper explores the influence of religion in cultural hybridization processes linked to migratory experience, taking into account the study of mass media consumption. Our research focused on the analysis of Muslim women from northern Africa living in Catalonia (Spain) over a 5-year period. The final sample was composed of 25 women, from Morocco (22), Tunisia (2) and Algeria (1). The main conclusions of our qualitative research are that the influence of Islam is much more evident as culture than as dogma and, in line with this, the presence of segregationist media consumption is minimal (in 4 of the 25 interviewed). Internet and television consumption is dominant, but there is a significant generation gap. Whereas internet consumption is mostly among the young, television is more present among women over the age of 36. With regards to internet content, there is serious concern about the presence of religious leaders who, under the guise of a modern appearance, spread a vision of Islam in fundamentalist terms. Much of the sample interviewed fears its power of influence. In digital social networks, Muslim women tend to share religious information, but, for safety reasons, they do so within closed groups.
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Llengua: Anglès.
Document: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Matèria: Islam ; Muslim women ; Migration ; Media consumption ; Cultural hybridization
Publicat a: Societies, Vol. 8, Num. 91 (2018) , ISSN 2075-4698

DOI: 10.3390/soc8030091


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