Virtually Islamic

Researching Islam, Muslims and the Internet

Supervision


I have supervised many postgraduate dissertations over the years, from MAs through to PhDs. Some of these have become available electronically through different means, as well as being published. I decided to set up a listing here, which I will continue to update as further links become available. This is a very short listing, given the number that I have worked on (especially for the MA). I will continue to seek out others. Please note that I'm not responsible for external links here.


MA Theses


Allen, Fleur (2014) Islamophobia in the UK : the role of British newspapers in shaping attitudes towards Islam and Muslims. Master's thesis, University of Wales, Trinity Saint David.


Khalid, Shazad (2013) Qu'ranic exegesis and thematic coherence : comparing the approaches of Amr Khalid and Amin Islahi. Master's thesis, University of Wales, Trinity Saint David.


Ouston, Martyn (2013) The ‘Prevent’ Strategy in Bedfordshire.‘Has the Government Prevent Strategy been implemented effectively for the Muslim communities in Bedfordshire? Do members of that community and practitioners view it as a positive or negative contribution to community cohesion, engagement and protection from vulnerability to radical extremism? Master's thesis, University of Wales, Trinity Saint David.


Parrott, Justin (2018) The golden rule in Islam : ethics of reciprocity in Islamic traditions. Master's thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.


Shaker, Muhammad K. (2005) Spirituality and prayer in Shiite Islam. Master's thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.


PhD Theses


Abohajer, M.S. Water resources and their conservation in Islamic Law Ph.D. 2015


Allers, C., Anwar Ibrahim: Evolution of a Muslim Democrat. (Monsoon Books, 2014). Book based on University of Wales Lampeter PhD


Auda, J. Maqāsid al-Sharī`ah as Philosophy of Islamic Law, Book based on University of Wales Lampeter PhD, 2008


Kolbitsch, A., The reciprocal relationship between the ritualistic ta'zie role-play and twelver Shi'ite collective identity in Iranian history. PhD 2016


Pintak, L. Islam Nationalism and the mission of Arab journalism A survey of attitudes towards religion politics and the role of Arab media in the twenty-first century, 2008

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