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Muslims in Australia: Immigration, Race Relations and Cultural History
(© 2004 Kegan Paul, 2004)
In Muslims in Australia, Nahid Kabir seeks to understand the basis of mainstream Australians fear by tracing Muslim history since the Afghan settlement in 1860. In social, economic and political contexts, the author compares ...
Not friend, not foe: the rocky road of enfranchisement of Muslims into multicultural nationhood in Australia and New Zealand
(© 2008 Immigrants and Minorities., 2008)
This paper compares the images of citizenship available through multicultural policy provisions to the Muslim minority in Australia and New Zealand. Its enfranchisement is fraught with difficulties in both countries. A ...
Muslims in a 'White Australia': colour or religion?
(© 2006 Immigrants and Minorities., 2006-07)
Muslim migration to Australia took place over three distinct periods - the Colonial, the 'White Australia' and the Multicultural periods. This article discusses the settlement issues of Muslims during the 'White Australia' ...
Muslims in Australia: the double edge of terrorism
(© 2007 Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies., 2007-11)
Self-improvement is often seen as the driving force behind international migration. In other cases, people are forced to depart because of social or political upheaval, oppression or national disaster. Finally, people may ...
To be or not to be an Australian: focus on muslim youth
(© 2011 National Identities., 2008)
In 2001, 67% of Australians identified themselves as Christians and only 1.5% as Muslims, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Other Australians are Jews, Buddhists and Hindus - to name just a few of the ...