Islam, Justice, and Democracy

Sabri Ciftci
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PB: $32.95
EAN: 978-1-4399-2150-0
Publication: Dec 21

HC: $104.50
EAN: 978-1-4399-2149-4
Publication: Dec 21

Ebook: $32.95
EAN: 978-1-4399-2151-7
Publication: Dec 21

221 pages
6 x 9
19 tables, 12 figs.



Explores the connection between Muslim conceptions of justice and democratic orientations

About the Author(s)

Sabri Ciftci is a Professor of Political Science and Michael W. Suleiman Chair at Kansas State University.


In the Series

  • Religious Engagement in Democratic Politics edited by Paul A. Djupe

    The Religious Engagement in Democratic Politics series, edited by Paul A. Djupe, will collect work that explores in theoretically and empirically rigorous ways variations in and determinants of religious presence in the politics of democratic nations—from those with a long history of institutionalized democracy to those struggling to establish free, contested elections and systems of rights and liberties. Books in the series will demonstrate application of one or more of a variety of quantitative and qualitative methodologies to explore the robust and highly variable presence of religion in democracies. Prospective authors should contact series editor Paul Djupe or Senior Editor Aaron Javsicas at Temple University Press to discuss their work in progress for inclusion in the series.