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“My language, my people”: language and ethnic identity among British-born South Asians
(Taylor and Francis, 2010)
This study explores how a group of second generation Asians (SGA) understood and defined language, focusing upon the role they perceived language to have played in their identity. Twelve SGA were interviewed and the data ...
When Climate Science Became Climate Politics: British Media Representations of Climate Change in 1988.
Climate change has become a pressing environmental concern for scientists, social commentators and politicians. Previous social science research has explored media representations of climate change in various temporal and ...
Identity processes, threat and interpersonal relations: accounts from British Muslim gay men
(Taylor and Francis, 2012)
This study explores identity processes, identity threat, and inter- personal relations with other gay men in a qualitative inter- view study with a sample of young British Muslim gay men of Pakistani background. Transcripts ...
Social representations of the Holocaust and Jewish Israeli identity construction: insights from identity process theory.
(Taylor and Francis/ Routledge, 2011)
This study explores how a group of young Israeli Jews understood and defined their ethno-national identities, focusing upon the role of social representations of the Holocaust in the construction of Jewish Israeli identity. ...
Representing the "Zionist Regime": Mass Communication of Anti-Zionism in the English-language Iranian Press
(British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 2014)
Anti-Zionism constitutes an important ideological building-block of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI). This paper provides insight into the mass communication of anti-Zionism in the English-language Iranian Press in order ...