Conclusion
in The securitisation of Islam
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This chapter summarises and consolidates the principal themes of the book and rounds up the discussion by proposing new avenues for research – namely, strengthening the relationship between covert racism, the securitisation of minority groups and white victimhood, opening up a space for conceptualising securitisation as an affective practice and theorising the quantum view of radicalisation.

The securitisation of Islam

Covert racism and affect in the United States post-9/11

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