• Project dates: 2017
  • Funding : Victoria Department of Premier and Cabinet

In order to test the hypothesis that lslamophobla is not about religion per se, but about ‘religious visibility’ at group and individual levels, we will gather survey and Interview data from local residents and service providers, focusing on the Impact of visibility on bridging social capital in relatively disadvantaged neighbourhoods.

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Associate Professor Val Colic-Peisker

Associate Professor Val Colic-Peisker

Associate Professor in Sociology, Global, Urban and Social Studies

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