Bulletin for the Study of Religion, Vol 46, No 3-4 (2017)

Who Says a Headscarf Emoji is Religious? (And Why?)

Joseph P. Laycock
Issued Date: 21 Dec 2017


Who Says a Headscarf Emoji is Religious? (And Why?)

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DOI: 10.1558/bsor.34098


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