Migrant Muslim Iraqi Mothers: The Study
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This chapter provides a conventional account of the study design and method. It gives some background on Iraqi migrants in Australia, followed by a description of the Iraqi socio-cultural context. It also introduces the readers to the 25 mothers who participated in this study. The author membership status in relation to research participants as an insider, sharing the characteristics or experience under study with the mothers is also discussed in this chapter.
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