||Introduction: Is liberal society Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde? -- 1. Politics and law -- Law : Muslims in the secular constitutional state and the problem of effective equality -- State : the ambivalence of state policies on Islam -- Parliaments, parties, movements : "Representation without participation" or the problem of hegemony in democracy -- Political culture : Muslims' loyalty to the system -- 2. Society -- The bourgeois majority : from respectable Islamophobia to system-society rupture -- The Muslim minority : necessary integration and recognition-worthy segregation -- Excursus: The crisis of the middle class : the social Darwinism of cultural difference -- 3. Media -- Mass media : enlightened Islamophobia and the social ethics of communication -- Social media : virtual crusaders of the new public sphere -- 4. The academy and education -- Scholarship and intellectualism : the deliberalization of the staged knowledge society -- School : the pedagogy of (hesitant) recognition of Islam -- 5. Religious institutions -- Church : the reluctant intermediary -- Conclusion: The reinvention of liberal society in europe.
|General note||Translated from the German.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 363-388) and index.|
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|ISBN||9781442229518 (cloth : alkaline paper)|