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Rising Islamophobic Discourses in Europe and Fight Against Islamophobia on the Basis of International Organizations

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The communicative politics of Breivik’s ideoscape

?option=com_content&view=article&id=773:islam-set-tobecome- the-dominant-primer-of-future-extremist-violence-bynon- muslims&catid=65:khan&Itemid=58.> Kumar, Deepa 2012, Islamophobia and the politics of empire, Haymarket Books,Chicago. Kundnani, Arun 2012, ‘Blind spot? Security narratives and far-right violence in Europe’, ICCT Research Paper, The Hague. Lafitte, Priscille 2012, ‘French writer blasted for “eulogy” to mass killer Breivik’, France24, Available from: <http://www.france24. com/en/20120830-france-literature-richard-millet-essayelegy- breivik

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The Aloof Election Manifesto
Radical Political Right in Finland in the Borderlines of Neoliberalism and Cultural Nativism


The rise of the populist radical political right is one of the significant phenomena in recent European party politics. In this article, I examine the ideology of the radical right in Finland by analysing the Aloof Election Manifesto, an election platform published by radical wing of the Finns Party for national parliament elections 2011. The analysis shows that the ideology challenges traditional notions of nationalism. It combines cultural nativism, secularism and economic neoliberalism to the fear of Islam and multiculturalism.

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Islamophobia or Threat to Secularization? Lost Letter Experiments on the Discrimination Against Muslims in an Urban Area of Switzerland

Produced Groups. American Journal of Sociology 60(4): 370–379. Stark, Rodney. 2002. Physiology and Faith: Addressing the “Universal” Gender Difference in Religious Commitment. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41(3): 495–507 Stolz, Jörg. 2005. Explaining Islamophobia. A Test of Four Theories Based on the Case of a Swiss City. Swiss Journal of Sociology 31(3): 547–566. Stolz, Jörg. 2000. Soziologie der Fremdenfeindlichkeit. Theoretische und empirische Analysen. Frankfurt am Main: Campus. Stolz, Jörg, Judith Könemann, Mallory

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Islam and Muslims as Elephants in the Interfaith Room:
Frame governance of dialogue and de-radicalisation

-8322.2011.00825.x. Bangstad, S 2016, ‘Islamophobia: What’s in a Name? Analysing the discourses of stopp Islamiseringen Av Norge (Stop the Islamisation of Norway, SIAN)’, Journal of Muslims in Europe, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 145-169. DOI:10.1163/22117954-12341324. Bangstad, S & Elgvin, O 2016, ‘Norway’ - in Yearbook of Muslims in Europe Vol. 8 (Final Draft Version) , eds. O Scharbrodt, S Akgönül, A Alibašić, J Nielsen & E Racius, Brill, Leiden, pp. 1-24. Bilici, M 2010, ‘Muslim Ethnic Comedy: Inversions of Islamophobia’, in Islamophobia/Islamophilia: Beyond the

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Book Reviews

References Allen, C 2010, Islamophobia , Ashgate, Surrey. Huntington, S 1996, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of the World Order , Simon & Schuster, New York. Kepel, G 1994, The Revenge of God: The Resurgence of Islam, Christianity and Judaism in the Modern World , Polity, Cambridge (originally published in French in 1991). References Levitt, P 2004, ‘Redefining the Boundaries of Belonging: The Institutional Character of Transnational Religious Life’, Sociology of Religion, vol. 61, no. 1, pp. 1-18. Warner, RS

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“It’s Difficult to be a Norwegian”:
Minority Voices in the Memorial Messages after the Terror Attacks in Norway 2011

References Andersson, M, Jacobsen, CM, Rogstad, J & Vestel, V 2012, Kritiske hendelser – nye stemmer. Politisk engasjement og transnasjonal orientering i det nye Norge , Universitetsforlaget, Oslo. Archive Register 2012, Arkiv S-6313, Memorial material from 22.07.2011, Riksarkivet [National Archives], Oslo. Asad, T 2003, Formations of the secular: Christianity, Islam, modernity , Stanford University Press, Stanford. Bangstad, S 2014, Anders Breivik and the rise of islamophobia , Zed Books, London. Bergström, G & Boréus, K 2000

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Race, Gender, and Reseacher Positionality Analysed Through Memory Work

at loss: affect, whiteness and masculinity in the immediate aftermath of Norway’s terror’ in Affectivity and race: studies from Nordic contexts, eds. R Andreassen & K Vitus, Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 133-150. Bang Svendsen, SH 2014, ‘Learning racism in the absence of “race”’. The European Journal of Women’s Studies, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 9-24, DOI: 10.1177/1350506813507717. Bangstad, S 2014, Anders Breivik and the rise of Islamophobia, Zed Books, London & New York. Bartky, SL 1990, Femininity and domination: studies in the

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Theorising Racism: Exploring the Swedish racial regime

of xeno-racism’, Race & Class, vol. 43, no. 2, pp. 23-40. Fekete, L 2009, A suitable enemy: racism, migration and Islamophobia in Europe, Pluto, London. Gillborn, D 2015, ‘Intersectionality, critical race theory, and the primacy of racism: race, class, gender, and disability in education’, Qualitative Inquiry, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 277-287. Goldberg, D 2002, The racial state, Blackwell, London. Goldberg, D 2009, The threat of race. Reflections on racial neoliberalism, Wiley-Blackwell, Malden Ma

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Anders Behring Breivik and the Eurabia conspiracy

:// Spaaij, R 2010, ‘The enigma of lone wolf terrorism: an assessment’, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, vol. 33, no. 9, pp. 854-870. Sprinzak, E 1991, ‘The process of delegitimation: towards a linkage theory of political terrorism’, Terrorism and Political Violence, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 50-68. Wajahat, A, Clifton, E, Duss, M, Fang, L, Keyes, S & Shakir, F 2011, Fear Inc.The roots of the Islamophobia network in America, Centre for American Progress, Washington. White, JR 2001, ‘Political Eschatology: A

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