This book examines the experiences of veiled Muslim women as victims of Islamophobia, and the impact of this victimisation upon women, their families and wider Muslim communities. It proposes a more effective approach to engaging with these victims; one which recognises their multiple vulnerabilities and their distinct cultural and religious needs.
Irene Zempi is a University Tutor at the Department of Criminology, University of Leicester, UK. She is also a member of the Advisory Committee for the Measuring Anti-Muslim Attacks Project organised by Faith Matters, a non-profit organisation which hopes to show the scale of the problem of Islamophobia and provide support for victims. Neil Chakraborti is a Reader in Criminology at the University of Leicester, UK and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Ontario, Canada. He has researched and published widely within the fields of hate crime, victimisation and policing diversity, and is Director of the Leicester Centre for Hate Studies.
Introduction 1. Constructions of Islam, Gender and the Veil 2. Unveiling Islamophobic Victimisation 3. Researching Islamophobia and the Veil 4. Uncovering Islamophobic Victimisation 5. Impact of Islamophobic Victimisation 6. Conclusions and Reflections
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