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7 Literatur Abdel Aziz, Amira. 2005. Das Bild des Islam und seiner Akteure in der Deutschschweizer Presse. Eine Inhaltsanalyse von Blick, Tages-Anzeiger, NZZ . Unveröffentlichte Lizentiatsarbeit. Zürich: IPMZ Institut für Publizistikwissenschaft und Medienforschung der Universität Zürich. Ahmed, Shahab. 2016. What Is Islam? The Importance of Being Islamic. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Allievi, Stefano. 2006. How & Why “Immigrants” became “Muslims”. ISIM Review 18: 37. Asad, Talal. 2009. The Idea of an Anthropology of Islam. Qui Parle 17(2): 1

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References Abdel-Fadil, M 2005, ‘Truede identiteter: Identitetsarbeid blant unge muslimer i Norge’, in Somaliere i Norge: Perspektiver på spåk, religion og integrering , eds. K Nes, T Skoug & M Strømstad, Oplandske Bokforlag, Vallset, pp. 91-111. Abdel-Fadil, M & Liebmann, LL 2018, ‘Gender, diversity and mediatized conflicts of religion: lessons from Scandinavian Case Studies’, in Contesting Religion: The Media Dynamics of Cultural Conflicts in Scandinavia , ed. K Lundby, De Gruyter, Berlin, pp. 281-298, DOI:0.1515/9783110502060-021. Alghamdi, EA 2015, ‘The

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Introduction: Islamophobia in Eastern Europe? A specter is haunting Europe – the specter of Islamophobia. At this point, the historically informed reader might question the newsworthiness of our initial statement. Unease, reservation, and even fear and hatred against Islam and Muslims have a long tradition in Europe ( Benz 2017 ). Since Edward Said’s (1978) seminal study on ‘Orientalism’, it is a commonplace to acknowledge that the West has associated Islam with negative images and stereotypes for hundreds of years. The essential novelty of Europe’s old specter

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References Adida, Claire L., David D. Laitin, and Marie-Anne Valfort. 2016. Why Muslim Integration Fails in Christian-Heritage Societies. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Ahmed, Ali M. 2010. Muslim Discrimination: Evidence From Two Lost-Letter Experiments. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 40(4): 888–898. Allport, Gordon W. 1954. The Nature of Prejudice. Reading: Addison-Wesley. Altemeyer, Bob and Bruce Hunsberger. 1992. Authoritarianism, Religious Fundamentalism, Quest, and Prejudice. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 2

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