When Is the Time to Hate? A Research Review on the Impact of Dramatic Events on Islamophobia and Islamophobic Hate Crimes in Europe

@article{Borell2015WhenIT,
  title={When Is the Time to Hate? A Research Review on the Impact of Dramatic Events on Islamophobia and Islamophobic Hate Crimes in Europe},
  author={K. Borell},
  journal={Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={409 - 421}
}
  • K. Borell
  • Published 2015
  • Political Science
  • Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations
Social scientists have long been interested in the significance of unexpected, dramatic events for social change. However, when it comes to research on prejudice and hate crimes, the impact of sudden, dramatic events has been little considered. The purpose of this research review is to survey European data to elucidate the temporal links between unexpected events, prejudice, and hate crimes, and also to pinpoint some of the methodological problems faced by scholars studying the impact of… Expand
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