Nahid Afrose Kabir
Nahid Afrose Kabir
Senior Research Fellow, University of South Australia
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TitleCited byYear
Muslims in Australia: Immigration, race relations and cultural history
NA Kabir
Routledge, 2004
Representation of Islam and Muslims in the Australian media, 2001–2005
N Kabir
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 26 (3), 313-328, 2006
Young British Muslims: Identity, Culture, Politics and the Media: Identity, Culture, Politics and the Media
NA Kabir
Edinburgh University Press, 2010
Muslims in Australia: The double edge of terrorism
N Kabir
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 33 (8), 1277-1297, 2007
Elusive jannah: the Somali diaspora and a borderless Muslim identity
CM Abdi
U of Minnesota Press, 2015
Not friend, not foe: The rocky road of enfranchisement of Muslims into multicultural nationhood in Australia and New Zealand
E Kolig, N Kabir
Immigrants & Minorities 26 (3), 266-300, 2008
Muslims in a ‘White Australia’: Colour or religion?
N Kabir
Immigrants & Minorities 24 (2), 193-223, 2006
Muslims and the Australian labour market, 1980–2001
N Kabir, R Evans
Immigrants & minorities 21 (3), 70-95, 2002
Young American Muslims
NA Kabir
Edinburg: Edinburg University Press, 2014
What Does it Mean to be Un-Australian?: Views of Australian Muslim Students in 2006
N Kabir
People and Place 15 (1), 62, 2007
To be or not to be an Australian: Focus on Muslim youth
NA Kabir∗
National Identities 10 (4), 399-419, 2008
Students at risk: can connections make a difference?
N Kabir, T Rickards
Youth Studies Australia 25 (4), 17, 2006
A study of Australian Muslim youth identity: The Melbourne case
NA Kabir
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 31 (2), 243-258, 2011
The Cronulla riot: How one newspaper represented the event
N Kabir
Public sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman comparisons: TASA/SAANZ…, 2007
Depiction of Muslims in selected Australian media: Free speech or taking sides
N Kabir
QUT Creative Industries, 2006
Are young Muslims adopting Australian values?
NA Kabir
Australian Journal of Education 52 (3), 229-241, 2008
“THE MEDIA IS ONE‐SIDED IN AUSTRALIA” Views of Australian Muslim Youth
NA Kabir
Journal of Children and Media 2 (3), 267-281, 2008
Australian migrant children: ICT use and the construction of future lives
L Green, NA Kabir
2012 Routledge, 2012
Young Somalis in Australia, the UK and the USA: An understanding of their identity and their sense of belonging
NA Kabir
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 34 (3), 259-281, 2014
Muslims in Australia: The new disadvantaged?
N Kabir, C Moore
The Brisbane Line 11, 2003
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