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Why Muslim Integration Fails in Christian-Heritage Societies

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ISBN 9780674979697

Publication Date: 09/18/2017

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288 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

9 halftones, 9 graphs, 15 tables

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  • List of Figures and Tables*
  • Preface
  • I. Introduction
    • 1. The Challenge of Muslim Migrants into Christian-Heritage Societies
    • 2. Anti-Muslim Discrimination in the French Labor Market and Its Consequences
  • II. Research Strategy
    • 3. Solving the Problem of Causal Identification
    • 4. Procuring a Sample
    • 5. Research Protocols
  • III. Why Is There Religious Discrimination in France?
    • 6. Muslim Characteristics That Feed Rational Islamophobia
    • 7. Evidence of Nonrational Islamophobia
    • 8. A Discriminatory Equilibrium
  • IV. Looking Beyond, Looking Ahead
    • 9. Beyond France: Muslim Immigrants in Western Europe and in the United States
    • 10. What Is to Be Done?
  • Appendix
  • Notes
  • Glossary
  • References
  • Index
  • * Figures and Tables
    • Figures
      • 2.1 Interview callback rates for Marie Diouf and Khadija Diouf
      • 2.2 Household income of Senegalese Muslim and Senegalese Christian survey respondents
      • 3.1 Senegalese origins of our Senegalese Muslim and Senegalese Christian populations
      • 5.1 Sample sheet of the 2009 speed chatting game
      • 5.2 Sample sheet of the voting decision in the 2009 voting game
      • 5.3 Sample sheet of the allocation decision in the 2009 voting game
      • 5.4 Variations in the ethnoreligious identity of the recipients in the 2009 dictator game
      • 5.5 Sample screenshot for the 2010 name game
      • 5.6 Sample screenshot for the 2010 beauty game
      • 5.7 Sample screenshot for the 2010 strategic dictator game
      • 5.8 Sample screenshot for the 2010 double strategic dictator game
      • 6.1 Donations in the 2009 dictator game
      • 7.1 Donations of FFFs in the 2009 dictator game when the number of SMs and SXs in the room varies
      • 9.1 Comparing discrimination by host populations in Western Europe against Muslim and Christian immigrants from Muslim-majority countries
      • 9.2 Comparing gender and religious norms in Western Europe of Muslim and Christian immigrants from Muslim-majority countries
      • 9.3 Intergenerational trends in gender norms and religious norms in Western Europe of Muslim and Christian immigrants from Muslim-majority countries
      • 9.4 Comparing Muslim and Christian Arab Americans on proficiency in English
      • 9.5 Comparing Muslim and Christian Arab Americans on attachment to America
    • Tables
      • 1.1 Share of the Muslim population in Muslim-majority countries
      • 4.1 Balance test for the 2009 SM and SX players
      • 5.1 First names of the 2009 SM and SX players
      • 5.2 Categorization of the 2009 SM players’ first names as SMM or SMA by our 2010 FFF players
      • 8.1 Level of SM and SX distrust in French institutions
      • 8.2 Comparing SM and SX agreement that French institutions treat all on equal basis
      • 8.3 Comparing average SM and SX attachment to the country or continent of origin
      • 8.4 Comparing average SM and SX identification with French culture and society
      • 8.5 Comparing average SM and SX identification with secular norms
      • 8.6 The evolution of SM and SX integration over time
      • 9.1 Comparing Muslim and Christian Arab Americans on discrimination from the host society
      • 9.2 Comparing Muslim and Christian Arab Americans on attachment to their region of origin
      • 10.1 Multiculturalism Policy Index in 1980 and 2010 for sixteen Western European countries
      • 10.2 Trends in norms for Muslim and Christian immigrants in assimilationist and multicultural countries of Western Europe
      • 10.3 Intergenerational trends in discrimination for Muslims and Christians in assimilationist and multicultural countries

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