The Routledge international handbook of Islamophobia / edited by Irene Zempi and Imran Awan.

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Published: London : Routledge, 2019.
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Series:Routledge international handbooks
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Notes on contributors; Introduction; Definition of Islamophobia; Reference; PART I: Conceptualising Islamophobia; Chapter 1: The debate over the utility and precision of the term "Islamophobia"; Introduction; Identifying issues of clarity and content; A public problem with an academic solution?; The phenomenon versus the terminology; Moving forward; Notes; References; Chapter 2: Islamophobia as the racialisation of Muslims; Introduction; Conceiving Islamophobia; Muslims and racialisation; Religion and racialisation

  • Biological and cultural racismFraming racism discretely; Placing the role of religion; The impact of anxieties over terrorism; Conclusions; Acknowledgement; Notes; References; Chapter 3: Islamophobia as the hidden hand of structural and cultural racism; Introduction; British Muslims responses to Islamophobia; The hyper-normalisation of Islamophobia; The tragedies of symbolic and actual Islamophobic violence; Concluding thoughts; References; Chapter 4: A multidimensional model of understanding Islamophobia: a comparative practical analysis of the US, Canada, UK and France; Introduction

  • Typology of IslamophobiaMultilateral Model of Understanding Islamophobia; Domination Hate Model of Intercultural Relations; Background and methodology; Conclusion: Islamophobia/Islamoromia and macro change policy of the world; References; Chapter 5: Mapping and mainstreaming Islamophobia: between the illiberal and liberal; Introduction; Islamophobias: definitions and debates; Understanding Islamophobias as articulations; Illiberal Islamophobia; Liberal Islamophobia; Blurry lines, contradictions and functionality; Conclusion; Acknowledgement; Note; References

  • Chapter 6: The psychology of hate crime offenders who target Muslims: who could be a hate crime offender?Introduction; Influences of salient group identity; Motivations for hate crime offending; De-individuation processes and hate crime; Emergent norms and social representations; Mechanisms and processes of group identification; Psychological implications of being a victim of hate crime; Psychological factors in predisposition to commit hate crime; Role of psychological disorders; Conclusion; References

  • Chapter 7: 'Your pain is my pain': examining the community impacts of Islamophobic hate crimesIntroduction; Understanding the impacts of hate crime; Research design and sample; Experiences of Islamophobic hate crime; The impacts of Islamophobic hate crime; Behavioural impacts; Attitudes towards the criminal justice system; Conclusions; Notes; References; PART II: Patterns of Islamophobia through a European lens; Chapter 8: A historical perspective: secularism, 'white backlash' and Islamophobia in France; Introduction