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INTERETHNIC RELATIONS IN PRESENT DAY BRITAIN. THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY

Roxana Alina Stojcic
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CrossCultural Management Journal, 2020, issue 1, 27-30

Abstract: The situation of Muslims is one of the most pressing issues facing British society today. The purpose of this article is to explore the Muslim experience in this climate and to treat some of these problems, such as: the war against terrorism and its effects against all Muslims, the development of Islamophobia, but also the rules that Muslims gradually try to impose in Britain. All of these problems are closely linked, as Islamophobia is the result of the war against terrorism, which affected to a lesser or greater extent all Muslims, and Muslims, as a defensive measure, try to impose some of their own rules. The latter is a defensive measure, a measure of protection against assimilation and loss of religious and ethnic identity, claiming that in this way, they are acting in accordance with their religion. It is also important to see how these issues are represented in the media, because it has the power to influence the public opinion and the perception of certain ethnic groups.

Keywords: Multicultural; Islamophobia; Interethnic; Minority; Culture (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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