Citizenship, identity and belonging in contemporary Australia
Mansouri, Fethi 2005, Citizenship, identity and belonging in contemporary Australia, in Islam and the west : reflections from Australia, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, N.S.W., pp.149-164.
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In response to recent events, Australian scholars examine the prospects of conflict and cooperation between the Muslim world and the West and the future of Muslim communities in Australia. The essays fall into three thematic sections: the broad international context, with reference to the repercussions of the war in Iraq and the initiatives launched by Muslims, namely the Organization of Islamic Conference, and the current discourse among radical Islamic groups about prospects of "conflict" between the Muslim world and the West; the implications of growing Islamic agitation and the heightened sense of insecurity for Muslim states in South and Southeast Asia; the challenges faced by Muslim communities in Australia and implications for interethnic relations and asylum-seekers.
Field of Research
160806 Social Theory
Socio Economic Objective
970116 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
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