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Muslim experiences of Islamophobia (3501)

Type of Data: Muslim experiences of Islamophobia (3501)

Faith Community: Islam

Date: 2014

Geography: United Kingdom

Sample Size: 1782

Population: Muslims

Keywords: Being stared at, denied service, discrimination, education, employment, Islam, Islamic Human Rights Commission, Islamophobia, media, Muslims, negatively affect Muslim people, offensive joke, overly superficial manner, physical assault, political policies, politicians, practising Muslim, problematic, religious beliefs, religious prejudice, talked down to, treated with suspicion, verbal abuse, visibly Muslim, wrongly accused

Collection Method: Online interview (n=634) and self-completion questionnaire (n=1,148)

Collection Agency: Islamic Human Rights Commission

Published Source:

  • Saied Reza Ameli and Arzu Merali, Environment of Hate: The New Normal for Muslims in the UK, Wembley: Islamic Human Rights Commission, 2015

    BRIN ID: 3501


    An implicitly self-selecting sample, with 12% of respondents not resident in the UK and 1% not even Muslim.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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