|Title:||Social discrimination : across the Muslim divide||Authors:||Ameli, Saied R.
|Subject Keywords:||discrimination ; economic, social, and cultural rights ; intolerance ; religion or belief ; religious or belief groups ; Muslims ; Muslims||Key Issues:||Intolerance against Muslims||Issue Date:||16-Dec-2004||Publisher:||IHRC||Publication Country:||United Kingdom||Publication Place :||Wembley||Material Type:||report
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|Language:||English||Series:||British Muslims' expectations of the government||Volume:||vol. 2||Country:||United Kingdom||Country Coverage:||United Kingdom||URL display:||http://www.ihrc.org.uk/file/1903718287_content.pdf||Abstract:||Publisher's description: The report aims to chart the key areas of concern for Muslims and what they as participants in the social order expect the government’s engagement with them to be. The report looks at the nature and extent of general discrimination experienced by Muslims in their day to day life. Following the event of 9/11 there has been sudden upsurge of negative behaviour towards Muslims in Britain. In an attempt to find out the causes and the extent of general discrimination it employs theories of social psychology and communication; at the empirical level it employs both the results of a nationwide survey of nearly 1200 Muslims, qualitative answers of 40 Muslims and a number of case studies.||Physical Description:||78 p.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/19599||ISBN:||1-903718-28-7|
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