The politics of belonging in Australia : multiculturalism, citizenship and Islamophobia

@inproceedings{Batainah2012ThePO,
  title={The politics of belonging in Australia : multiculturalism, citizenship and Islamophobia},
  author={Heba Batainah},
  year={2012}
}
In the decade since the events of 9/11, Muslims and Islam came to act as symbols for the putative correlation between immigration and the erosion of social cohesion in a number of Western countries, including Australia. Increasingly, immigrant integration was believed to be key to the maintenance of social cohesion and individual immigrant integration was seen as the main factor in successful integration. The Howard Government distanced itself from multicultural policies by rejecting group… Expand

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