Publications: Islamophobic hate crime

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Abbas, T. & Awan, I., 'Limits of UK Counterterrorism Policy and its implications for Islamophobia and Far Right extremism' (2015), International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 4(3), pp.16-29
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Abdel-Fattah, R., '‘Lebanese Muslim’: A Bourdieuian ‘capital’ offense in an Australian coastal town' (2016), Journal of Intercultural Studies, 37(4), p.323-338
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Abdel-Fattah, R., 'Islamophobia and Australian Muslim political consciousness in the war on terror' (2017), Journal of Intercultural Studies, 38(4), pp.397-411
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Abdel-Fattah, R., 'Islamophobia and everyday multiculturalism in Australia' (2017), Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge

Abu-Ras, W., Suárez, Z.E. & Abu-Bader, S. , 'Muslim Americans’ safety and well-being in the wake of Trump: A public health and social justice crisis' (2018), The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry [online]
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Aeschbach, M., '#WhatBritishMuslimsReallyThink: Negotiating religious and national identity on Twitter' (2017), Zeitschrift für junge Religionswissenschaft
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Afshar, H., 'Can I see your hair? Choice, agency and attitudes: The dilemma of faith and feminism for Muslim women who cover' (2008), Ethnic and Racial Studies, 31(2), pp.411-427
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Allen, C., 'Political approaches to tackling Islamophobia: An ‘insider/outsider’ analysis of the British Coalition Government’s approach between 2010–15' (2017), Social Sciences, 6(3), p.77
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Allen, C., 'Islamophobia and the problematization of Mosques: A critical exploration of hate crimes and the symbolic function of “old” and “new” Mosques in the United Kingdom' (2017), Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 37(3), pp.294-308
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Allen, C., Isakjee, A. & Young, Ö.Ö., '‘Maybe we are hated’: The experience and impact of anti-Muslim hate on British Muslim women, November 2013' (2013), University of Birmingham, Institute of Applied Social Studies
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Amer, M.M. & Bagasra, A., 'Psychological research with Muslim Americans in the age of Islamophobia: Trends, challenges and recommendations' (2013), American Psychologist, 68(3), pp.134-144
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Amjad, N. & Wood, A.M., 'Identifying and changing the normative beliefs about aggression which lead young Muslim adults to join extremist anti-Semitic groups in Pakistan' (2009), Aggressive Behavior, 35(6), pp.514-519
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Anderson, L., 'Countering Islamophobic media representations: The potential role of peace journalism' (2015), Global Media and Communication, 11(3) pp.255-270
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Ashraf, A. & Nassar, S., 'American Muslims and vicarious trauma: An explanatory concurrent mixed-methods study' (2018), American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 88(5), pp.516-528
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Awan, I., 'Islamophobia and twitter: A typology of online hate against muslims on social media' (2014), Policy and Internet, 6(2), pp.133-150
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Awan, I. & Issa, I., '‘Certainly the Muslim is the very devil incarnation’: Islamophobia and The Merchant of Venice' (2018), The Muslim World, 108(3), pp.367-386
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Awan, I. & Rahman, M., 'Portrayal of Muslims following the murders of Lee Rigby in Woolwich and Mohammed Saleem in Birmingham: A content analysis of UK newspapers' (2016), Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, pp.1-16
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Awan, I. & Zempi, I., 'The affinity between online and offline anti-Muslim hate crime: Dynamics and impacts' (2016), Aggression and Violent Behavior, 27, pp.1-8
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Awan, I. & Zempi, I., '‘I will blow your face off’ – Virtual and physical world anti-Muslim hate crime' (2017), British Journal of Criminology, 57(2), pp.362-380
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Bakali, N., 'Employing a critical race curriculum to challenge dominant discourses in Quebec Educational Curricula' (2017), Religion & Education [online]
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Bayrakli, E. & Hafez, F. (Eds.), 'European Islamophobia Report 2016' (2016), SETA
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Bayrakli, E. & Hafez, F. (Eds.), 'European Islamophobia Report 2015' (2015), SETA
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Benier, K., 'Global terrorism events and ensuing hate incidents' (2016), in J. Schweppe & M.A. Walters, The globalization of hate: Internationalizing hate crime? (pp.79-95), Oxford: Oxford University Press
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Benveniste, A. & Pingaud, E., 'Far-right movements in France: The principal role of front national and the rise of Islamophobia' (2016), in G. Lazaridis, G. Campani & A. Benveniste (Eds.), The rise of the Far Right in Europe (pp.55-79). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Beshara, R.K., 'Charlie Hebdo: Differences in corporate and alternative media coverage' (2018), Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs [online], pp.1-7
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Beydoun, K.A., 'On Islamophobia, immigration, and the “Muslim Bans”' (2017), Ohio Northern University Law Review, 43, pp.443-458
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Birk, M., Gill, H. & Heer, K., 'De-Islamizing Sikhaphobia: Deconstructing structural racism in Wisconsin gurdwara shooting 10/12' (2015), Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 10(2), pp.97-106
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Borell, K., 'When is the time to hate? A research review on the impact of dramatic events on Islamophobia and Islamophobic hate crimes in Europe' (2015), Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, pp.1-13
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Brennan, F., 'Punishing Islamophobic hostility: Are any lessons to be learned from racially hostile crimes?' (2003), Journal of Civil Liberties, 8(1), pp.28-50
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Briskman, L., 'The creeping blight of Islamophobia in Australia' (2015), International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 4(3), pp.112-121
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Briskman, L., Iner, D., Krayem, G., Latham, S., Matthews, Z., Pearson, C., Poynting, S., Vargani, M., Yasmeen, S. & Zayied, I., 'Islamophobia in Australia 2014-2016' (2017), Sydney, NSW: Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation, Charles Sturt University
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Bruneau, E., Kteily, N. & Falk, E., 'Interventions highlighting hypocrisy reduce collective blame of Muslims for individual acts of violence and assuage anti-Muslim hostility' (2018), Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 44(3), pp.430-448
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Bruneau, E., Kteily, N. & Laustsen, L., 'The unique effects of blatant dehumanization on attitudes and behavior towards Muslim refugees during the European ‘Refugee Crisis’ across four countries' (2017), European Journal of Social Psychology [online]
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Burke, S., 'The discursive “othering” of Jews and Muslims in the Britain First solidarity patrol' (2018), Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology
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Byers, B.D., & Jones, J.A., 'The impact of the terrorist attacks of 9/11 on anti-Islamic hate crime' (2007), Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 5(1), pp.43-56
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Carr, J., 'Experiences of Islamophobia: Living with racism in the neoliberal era' (2015), Routledge
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Carr, J., 'Islamophobia, anti-Muslim racism and conceptions of Irish homogeneity' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.253-274). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Carr, J. & Haynes, A., 'A clash of racialisations: The policing of ‘race’ and of anti-Muslim racism in Ireland' (2015), Critical Sociology January, 41, pp.21-40
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Carter, D.M., '(De)constructing difference: a qualitative review of the ‘othering’ of UK Muslim communities, extremism, soft harms, and Twitter analytics' (2016), Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression [online], pp.1-16
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Children's Commissioner for Wales, 'Tackling Islamophobia: A children’s rights resource for secondary schools in Wales' (2018), Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team Wales and Show Racism the Red Card
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Cho, E., 'Ethical considerations for psychologists providing treatment to Arab Americans' (2018), Ethics and Behavior [online], pp.1-23
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Cleland, J., Anderson, C. & Aldridge-Deacon, J., 'Islamophobia, war and non-Muslims as victims: An analysis of online discourse on an English Defence League message board' (2017), Ethnic and Racial Studies [online], pp.1-17
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Colic-Peisker, V., Mikola, M. & Dekker, K. , 'A multicultural nation and its (Muslim) other? Political leadership and media reporting in the wake of the ‘Sydney Siege’' (2016), Journal of Intercultural Studies, 37(4), pp.373-389
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Considine, C., 'The racialization of Islam in the United States: Islamophobia, hate crimes, and “flying while brown”' (2017), Religions, 8(165), pp.1-19
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Diekmann, I., 'Islamfeindlichkeit oder MuslimInnenfeindlichkeit? Empirische Datenanalyse zur Differenzierung zweier Phänomene' (2018), Working Paper Series des IKG, 12, Bielefeld: IKG
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Dunn, K.M., Klocker, N. & Salabay, T., 'Contemporary racism and Islamophobia in Australia: Racializing religion' (2007), Ethnicities, 7(4), pp.564-589
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Earle, C., 'Good Muslims, bad Muslims, and the nation: The “Ground Zero Mosque” and the problem with tolerance' (2015), Communication and Critical/ Cultural Studies, pp.1-18
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Elahi, F. & Khan, O. (Eds.), 'Islamophobia: Still a challenge for us all' (2017), Runnymede
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Eum, I., 'Korea’s response to Islam and Islamophobia: Focusing on veiled Muslim women’s experiences' (2017), Korea Observer, 48(4), pp.825-849
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European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), 'Second European Union Minorities and Discrimination Survey (EU-MIDIS II) Muslims – Selected findings' (2017)
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