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In-text: (Al-Krenawi, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). A study of psychological symptoms, family function, marital and life satisfactions of polygamous and monogamous women: The Palestinian case. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 58(1), pp.79-86.
In-text: (CHARSLEY and LIVERSAGE, 2012)
Your Bibliography: CHARSLEY, K. and LIVERSAGE, A. (2012). Transforming polygamy: migration, transnationalism and multiple marriages among Muslim minorities. Global Networks, 13(1), pp.60-78.
In-text: (House of Commons Library, 2017)
Your Bibliography: House of Commons Library (2017). Polygamy. [online] Available at: http://file:///C:/Users/ua519/Downloads/SN05051.pdf [Accessed 6 Feb. 2018].
In-text: (Mirza, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Mirza, H. (2013). ‘A second skin’: Embodied intersectionality, transnationalism and narratives of identity and belonging among Muslim women in Britain. Women's Studies International Forum, 36, pp.5-15.
In-text: (Raley, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Raley, B. (2017). Polygamy In Family Court: A Resource For Judges Dealing With An Unfamiliar Family Structure. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 68(4), pp.5-23.
In-text: (Rehman, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Rehman, Y. (2016). Refusing to recognise polygamy in the West: a solution or a soundbite?. openDemocracy. [online] Available at: https://www.opendemocracy.net/5050/yasmin-rehman/refusing-to-recognise-polygamy-in-west-solution-or-soundbite [Accessed 25 Jan. 2018].
In-text: (Rehman, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Rehman, Y. (2018). Polygamy in the UK.
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