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Nahid Afrose Kabir

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0000-0002-4508-9067

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Journal article

21 Nov 2016

When Muslims migrate to Western countries, they bring their identity and culture with them. As they settle in their host countries, some Muslims encounter structural inequality, which is often revealed through media representation, unequal labour market status and racial profiling. Through the...

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01 Dec 2006

Muslim Australians believe that prevailing media attitudes towards them and their religion, Islam, disadvantages them both economically and socially. The Western media is alleged to have aggravated anti-Muslim sentiment since the 1990–1991 Gulf Crises, and after September 11, 2001 and the Bali...

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01 Nov 2007

Self-improvement is often seen as the driving force behind international migration. In other cases, people are forced to depart because of social or political upheaval, oppression or national disaster. Finally, people may migrate for family reunion. Immigrants acquire new identities as they...

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Video lecture/presentation

11 Nov 2016

Muslim contact with Australia can be traced to before European settlement. In the seventeenth century Macassarese people from Indonesia formed trade links with Indigenous Australians. British-European settlement on the Australian continent occurred when British and Irish convicts were...

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Audio podcast

11 Dec 2015

US Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has suggested blocking all Muslims from entering the United States citing widespread Muslim sympathy for Jihad.

Commentators including Nahid Afrose Kabir, Senior Research Fellow from the International Center for Muslim and Non-Muslim...

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Journal article

17 Jul 2014

The civil war in Somalia forced many Somalis to migrate to other countries where they had to adapt to new cultures and learn new languages. At the same time, they retained the identity and culture that were important to them throughout the process of migration. These first-generation Somali...

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Journal article

07 Oct 2015

On 11 December 2005 at Sydney’s Cronulla Beach about 5000 Australians, mostly young men from Sutherland Shire, wrapped themselves in Australian flags and asserted that Cronulla Beach belonged to them through abusive language against Lebanese Australians. Subsequently, on 12 December 2005 a group...

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Journal article

31 Jul 2015

The first edition of the Journal of Applied Youth Studies was launched at the inaugural symposium of the Centre for Applied Youth Research held in Hobart on Friday 31 July 2015.

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Journal article

20 May 2015

This important collection of stories explores facets of young Muslim lives in America. In doing so, it reveals various dynamics of the American Dream from the perspective of immigrant populations. Many new immigrants initially struggle with hardships, including language and cultural differences...

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Book

05 Oct 2015

In Britain's highly politicised social climate in the aftermath of the 7/7 London bombings, Young British Muslims: Identity, Culture, Politics and the Media provides an in-depth understanding of British Muslim identity through the following social constructs: migration history, family...