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Muslim networks, public services and development intervention in post-socialist Tanzania : between liberalization and alienation

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Becker, Felicitas Maria. “Muslim Networks, Public Services and Development Intervention in Post-Socialist Tanzania : Between Liberalization and Alienation.” Governance and Islam in East Africa : Muslims and the State in Kenya and Tanzania, edited by Farouk Topan et al., Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations, 2024.
APA
Becker, F. M. (2024). Muslim networks, public services and development intervention in post-socialist Tanzania : between liberalization and alienation. In F. Topan, K. Kresse, E. Stiles, & H. Mwakimako (Eds.), Governance and Islam in East Africa : Muslims and the State in Kenya and Tanzania. London: Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations.
Chicago author-date
Becker, Felicitas Maria. 2024. “Muslim Networks, Public Services and Development Intervention in Post-Socialist Tanzania : Between Liberalization and Alienation.” In Governance and Islam in East Africa : Muslims and the State in Kenya and Tanzania, edited by Farouk Topan, Kai Kresse, Erin Stiles, and Hassan Mwakimako. London: Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations.
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Becker, Felicitas Maria. 2024. “Muslim Networks, Public Services and Development Intervention in Post-Socialist Tanzania : Between Liberalization and Alienation.” In Governance and Islam in East Africa : Muslims and the State in Kenya and Tanzania, ed by. Farouk Topan, Kai Kresse, Erin Stiles, and Hassan Mwakimako. London: Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations.
Vancouver
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Becker FM. Muslim networks, public services and development intervention in post-socialist Tanzania : between liberalization and alienation. In: Topan F, Kresse K, Stiles E, Mwakimako H, editors. Governance and Islam in East Africa : Muslims and the State in Kenya and Tanzania. London: Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations; 2024.
IEEE
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F. M. Becker, “Muslim networks, public services and development intervention in post-socialist Tanzania : between liberalization and alienation,” in Governance and Islam in East Africa : Muslims and the State in Kenya and Tanzania, F. Topan, K. Kresse, E. Stiles, and H. Mwakimako, Eds. London: Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations, 2024.
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  author       = {{Becker, Felicitas Maria}},
  booktitle    = {{Governance and Islam in East Africa : Muslims and the State in Kenya and Tanzania}},
  editor       = {{Topan, Farouk and Kresse, Kai and Stiles, Erin and Mwakimako, Hassan}},
  isbn         = {{9781474482974}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{ca. 20}},
  publisher    = {{Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations}},
  series       = {{Exploring Muslim Contexts}},
  title        = {{Muslim networks, public services and development intervention in post-socialist Tanzania : between liberalization and alienation}},
  year         = {{2024}},
}