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Table of Contents
Contents: Foreword, Michael Welch; Introduction: the transnational folk devil, George Morgan and Scott Poynting; A school for scandal: Rütli high school and the German press, Bruce M.Z. Cohen and Catharina Muhamad-Brandner; A panicky debate: the state of Moroccan youth in the Netherlands, Francis Pakes; Italian intellectuals and the promotion of Islamophobia after 9/11, Bruno Cousin and Tommaso Vitale; Women and migrants in Swedish xenophobic populist parties, Diana Mulinari and Anders Neergaard; The social construction of Iraqi folk devils: post-9/11 framing by the G.W. Bush administration and US news media, Scott A. Bonn; Local Islamophobia: the Islamic school controversy in Camden, New South Wales, Ryan J. Al Natour and George Morgan; Perverse Muslim masculinities in contemporary orientalist discourse: the vagaries of Muslim immigration in the West, Selda Dagistanli and Kiran Grewal; A failed political attempt to use global Islamophobia in Western Sydney: the ‘Lindsay leaflet scandal’, Kevin M. Dunn and Alanna Kamp; Moral panic and media representation: the Bradford riot, Joanne Massey and Rajinder Singh Tatla; Moral panics, globalization and Islamophobia: the case of Abu Hamza in The Sun, Anneke Meyer; Criminalising dissent in the 'war on terror': the British state's reaction to the Gaza war protests of 2008-9, Joanna Gilmore; Where is the moral in moral panic? Islam, evil and moral order, Greg Noble; Index.