Year 2016, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 295 - 319 2016-10-30

Avrupa’daki İslamofobinin ‘Avrupalı’ Sebepleri
'European' Causes of Islamophobia in Europe

Hakan SAMUR [1]

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İslamofobi, Avrupa’nın yaklaşık son çeyrek asrına damgasını vuran en önemli meselelerden biridir. Her ne kadar günden güne derinliği ve yaygınlığı artan bu meselenin sebepleri Müslümanlardan kaynaklanan bir takım olumsuzluklara bağlansa da, Avrupa’daki İslamofobinin asıl sebepleri bizzat Avrupa devletlerinin ve toplumlarının tutumlarında aranmalıdır. Bu makalede, İslamofobinin tanımı ve Avrupa ülkelerindeki somut görünümü hakkında bilgiler verildikten sonra, çeşitli aktörler ve araçlar (entelektüeller, politikacılar, medya ve eğitim politikaları) üzerinden söz konusu asıl sebeplerin açıklanmasına çalışılacaktır.

Islamophobia is one of the most important issues that made its mark in the last quarter of Europe. Although the causes of the issue, the depth and prevalence of which has been increasing day by day, are associated with problems arising from Muslims, the main causes of Islamophobia in Europe should be sought in the attitudes of European states and societies. In this article; after presenting information about the definition and concrete appearance of Islamophobia in European countries, these principal causes will be attempted to explain through various actors and instruments (intellectuals, politicians, media and education policies).

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Subjects Social
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Hakan SAMUR

Dates

Publication Date: October 30, 2016

Bibtex @ { mukaddime292499, journal = {MUKADDİME}, issn = {1309-6087}, eissn = {2459-0711}, address = {Mardin Artuklu University}, year = {2016}, volume = {7}, pages = {295 - 319}, doi = {10.19059/mukaddime.88976}, title = {Avrupa’daki İslamofobinin ‘Avrupalı’ Sebepleri}, key = {cite}, author = {SAMUR, Hakan} }
APA SAMUR, H . (2016). Avrupa’daki İslamofobinin ‘Avrupalı’ Sebepleri. MUKADDİME, 7 (2), 295-319. DOI: 10.19059/mukaddime.88976
MLA SAMUR, H . "Avrupa’daki İslamofobinin ‘Avrupalı’ Sebepleri". MUKADDİME 7 (2016): 295-319 <http://mukaddime.artuklu.edu.tr/issue/27714/292499>
Chicago SAMUR, H . "Avrupa’daki İslamofobinin ‘Avrupalı’ Sebepleri". MUKADDİME 7 (2016): 295-319
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ISNAD SAMUR, Hakan . "Avrupa’daki İslamofobinin ‘Avrupalı’ Sebepleri". MUKADDİME 7 / 2 (October 2016): 295-319. https://doi.org/10.19059/mukaddime.88976
AMA SAMUR H . Avrupa’daki İslamofobinin ‘Avrupalı’ Sebepleri. Mukaddime Dergisi - Mardin Artuklu Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi. 2016; 7(2): 295-319.
Vancouver SAMUR H . Avrupa’daki İslamofobinin ‘Avrupalı’ Sebepleri. MUKADDİME. 2016; 7(2): 319-295.