As a result, Muslims are frequently viewed negatively by those with minimal knowledge of Islam in America.
Muslims and American Popular Culture offers more than 40 chapters that serve to debunk the overwhelmingly negative associations of Islam in American popular culture and illustrate the tremendous contributions of Muslims to the United States across an extended historical period.
These volumes discuss a uniquely broad array of key topics in American popular culture, including jihad and jihadis; the hejab, veil, and burka; Islamophobia; Oriental despots; Arabs; Muslims in the media; and mosque burnings.
This accessible two-volume work will help readers to construct an accurate framework for understanding the presence and depictions of Muslims in American society.
Unfortunately, American mass media representations of Muslimswhether in news or entertainmentare typically negative and one-dimensional.
Muslims And American Popular Culture [2 Volumes]
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