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In-text: (Ahmed, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Ahmed, S., 2014. Prevalence of Risk Behaviors among U.S. Muslim College Students. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 8(1).
In-text: (Brooks, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Brooks, R., 2011. Muslim “Homegrown” Terrorism in the United States: How Serious Is the Threat?. International Security, 36(2), pp.7-47.
In-text: (Ciftci, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Ciftci, A., 2013. Mental Health Stigma in the Muslim Community. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 7(1).
In-text: (Disha, Cavendish and King, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Disha, I., Cavendish, J. and King, R., 2011. Historical Events and Spaces of Hate: Hate Crimes against Arabs and Muslims in Post-9/11 America. Social Problems, 58(1), pp.21-46.
In-text: (Nadal, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Nadal, K., 2012. Subtle and Overt Forms of Islamophobia: Microaggressions toward Muslim Americans. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 6(2).
In-text: (O’Connor, 2014)
Your Bibliography: O’Connor, A., 2014. Under Surveillance and Overwrought: American Muslims’ Emotional and Behavioral Responses to Government Surveillance. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 8(1).
In-text: (Pratt, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Pratt, D., 2011. Islamophobia: ignorance, imagination, identity and interaction. Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations, 22(4), pp.379-389.
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