The Prevent Policy and the Values Discourse: Muslims and Racial Governmentality

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Abstract

This edited collection brings together international leading scholars to explore why the education of Muslim students is globally associated with radicalisation, extremism and securitisation. The chapters address a wide range of topics, including neoliberal education policy and globalization; faith-based communities and Islamophobia; social mobility and inequality; securitisation and counter terrorism; and shifting youth representations. Educational sectors from a wide range of national settings are discussed, including the US, China, Turkey, Canada, Germany and the UK; this international focus enables comparative insights into emerging identities and subjectivities among young Muslim men and women across different educational institutions, and introduces the reader to the global diversity of a new generation of Muslim students who are creatively engaging with a rapidly changing twenty-first century education system. The book will appeal to those with an interest in race/ethnicity, Islamophobia, faith and multiculturalism, identity, and broader questions of education and social and global change.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMuslim Students, Education and Neoliberalism
Subtitle of host publicationSchooling a 'Suspect Community'
Pages131-144
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Miah, S. (2017). The Prevent Policy and the Values Discourse: Muslims and Racial Governmentality. In Muslim Students, Education and Neoliberalism: Schooling a 'Suspect Community' (pp. 131-144)