By Tania Saeed
This ebook explores daily realities of younger Muslim girls in Britain, who're portrayed as antithetical to the British lifestyle in media and political discourse. The e-book captures how geo-political occasions, and nationwide tragedies proceed to implicate participants and groups on the family and native point, groups that experience no connection to such tragedies and occasions, except being linked to a religio-ethnic identification. the writer exhibits how Muslim girls are stuck in the spectrum of the vulnerable-fanatic, continuously gave the impression to be ‘at probability’ of being 'radicalized'. concentrating on trained Muslim ladies, the e-book explores stories of Islamophobia and securitization inside and out academic associations, and highlights person and crew acts of resistance via discussion, with Muslim ladies difficult the metanarrative of lack of confidence and suspicion that plagues their daily life in Britain. Islamophobia and Securitization will be of curiosity to students and scholars learning Muslims within the West, particularly sociologists, anthropologists, and political scientists. it is going to additionally attract analysts and teachers learning safety and terrorism, race and racialization, in addition to gender, immigration, and diaspora.
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