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Experiences of Islamophobia : living with racism in the neoliberal era

Author: James Carr
Publisher: London ; New York Routledge 2017 © 2016
Series: Routledge research in race and ethnicity, 13.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First issued in paperbackView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Carr
ISBN: 9781138484870 1138484873 9781138851757 1138851752
OCLC Number: 1029854210
Description: xi, 196 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Conducting "race" in a neoliberal world --
De-constructing Islamophobia --
Measuring anti-Muslim racism : Ireland and abroad --
Conducting hearts and minds : anti-Muslim racism in a neoliberal state --
Neoliberal governmentalities of "care" : rhetoric and anti-Muslim racism in Ireland --
Janus turned : (counter)productive policing --
Opportunities for positive change in the recording and reporting of anti-Muslim racism in neoliberal Ireland --
Appendix 1: Methodology --
Appendix 2: Hate mail sent to Muslim communities in Dublin, November 2013 --
Bibliography --
Index.
Series Title: Routledge research in race and ethnicity, 13.
Responsibility: James Carr.
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"James Carr offers a much-needed foray into the lives of Muslims in Ireland as they attempt to negotiate their place in the face of popular Islamophobic racism and the simultaneous state denial of Read more...

 
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