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The Routledge International Handbook of Islamophobia

Edited by: Irene Zempi , Imran Awan

Print publication date:  February  2019
Online publication date:  February  2019

Print ISBN: 9780815353751
eBook ISBN: 9781351135559
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<P>Islamophobic hate crimes have increased significantly following the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and 7/7. More recently, the rhetoric surrounding Trump?s election and presidency, Brexit, the rise of far-right groups and ISIS-inspired terrorist attacks worldwide have promoted a climate where Islamophobia and anti-Muslim sentiments have become ?legitimised?.</P> <P><I>The Routledge International Handbook of Islamophobia </I>provides a comprehensive single-volume collection of key readings in Islamophobia. Consisting of 32 chapters accessibly written by scholars, policy makers and practitioners, it seeks to examine the nature, extent, implications of, and responses to Islamophobic hate crime both nationally and internationally.</P> <P>This volume will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as postdoctoral researchers interested in fields such as Criminology, Victimology, Sociology, Social Policy, Religious Studies, Law and related Social Sciences subjects. It will also appeal to scholars, policy makers and practitioners working in and around the areas of Islamophobic hate crimes.</P>

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  The debate over the utility and precision of the term “Islamophobia” Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Islamophobia as the racialisation of Muslims Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Islamophobia as the hidden hand of structural and cultural racism Download PDF
Chapter  4:  A multidimensional model of understanding Islamophobia Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Mapping and mainstreaming Islamophobia Download PDF
Chapter  6:  The psychology of hate crime offenders who target Muslims Download PDF
Chapter  7:  ‘Your pain is my pain’ Download PDF
Chapter  8:  A historical perspective Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Islamophobia and the Left in France Download PDF
Chapter  10:  The gendered dimension of Islamophobia in Belgium Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Islamophobia in Ireland Download PDF
Chapter  12:  The racialised and Islamophobic framing of the Rotherham and Rochdale child sexual abuse scandals Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Discrimination against Muslims in Scotland Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Islamophobia and the Muslim student Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Islamophobia in UK universities Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Islamophobia in Greece Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Religious dimension of Polish fears of Muslims and Islam Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Islamophobia and the quest for European identity in Poland Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Islamophobia and the US ideological infrastructure of white supremacy Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Muslim American youth and post-9/11 Islamophobia Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Diasporas and dystopias on the beach Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Breaking the peace Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Understanding Islamophobia in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Islamophobia in US education Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Micro-level management of Islamophobia Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Race, racism, Islamophobia in the media Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Flying while Muslim Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Far-right Islamophobia Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Islamophobia and the radical right in Europe Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Terrorism, hate speech and ‘cumulative extremism’ on Facebook Download PDF
Chapter  31:  The police challenges in responding to Islamophobic hate crime Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Governmental responses to Islamophobia in the UK Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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