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Muslim Female Students Confront Islamophobia: Negotiating Identities In-between Family, Schooling, and the Mass Media

@inproceedings{Watt2016MuslimFS,
  title={Muslim Female Students Confront Islamophobia: Negotiating Identities In-between Family, Schooling, and the Mass Media},
  author={D. Watt},
  year={2016}
}
  • D. Watt
  • Published 2016
  • Political Science
  • Abstract : This article researches how Muslim students in Canada negotiate identity in an extremely complex discursive terrain of the unofficial Islamophobia curriculum of family, schooling, and mass media. Critical examination of the exclusion of Muslims from school policies and the absence of Muslim experiences and perspectives in the Ontario Language Curriculum are highlighted. This article aims at developing teacher educators, in-service teachers and teacher candidates’ critical… CONTINUE READING
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