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Islamopobia and 9/11
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Although much academic research has addressed racism, religious discrimination
has been largely ignored. The current study investigates levels of selfreported
racial and religious discrimination in a sample of 222 British Muslims.
Respondents indicate that following September 11th, 2001, levels of
implicit or indirect discrimination rose by 82.6% and experiences of overt discrimination
by 76.3%. Thus, the current work demonstrates that major world
events may affect not only stereotypes of minority groups but also prejudice
toward minorities. Results suggest that religious affiliation may be a more
meaningful predictor of prejudice than race or ethnicity. General Health Questionnaire
scores indicate that 35.6% of participants likely suffered mental
health problems, with significant associations between problem-indicative
scores and reports of experiencing a specific abusive incident of September
11th–related abuse by respondents. The dearth of empirical work pertaining to
religious discrimination and its effects is a cause for concern;
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