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First, this presentation will briefly summarise and draw on the overall perspective, approach and findings of the applicant’s comparative European research on Islam/Muslims over the last 15 years. It will then zoom in on key findings from the specific analyses undertaken in the proposed project during the fellowship. This will be an original study of how a country’s institutional accommodation of Islam relates to: a) the way that the issue is (de)legitimated by the claims of political actors in mass mediated public debates; and b) the view on ordinary people living in that country on the issue. It examines the degree to which public debates act as a ‘barrier’ or ‘bridge’ to the socio-cultural integration of Muslims in the UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands.
Lecturer Paul Statham is Professor of Migration and Director of the Sussex Centre for Migration Research (SCMR) in the School of Global Studies at the University of Sussex, UK.