Microaggressions and Islamophobia: experiences of Muslims across the United States and clinical implications

Dublin Core

Title

Microaggressions and Islamophobia: experiences of Muslims across the United States and clinical implications

Author

Haque, Afshana
Tubbs, Carolyn Y.
Kahumoku-Fessler, Emily P.
Brown, Matthew D.

Language

English

Publication Date

20190100

Primary Classification

9.5.4

Secondary Classification

9.5.4; 17.1; 1.2

Primary keywords

mental health [pri]; mental health personnel [pri]; Muslims [pri]

Secondary keywords

Arabs; Asians; clinical ethics; Islamic ethics; mental health services; psychological stress; questionnaire; social discrimination

Subject

United States

Subject

Islamophobia

Journal Article

Journal of Marital and Family Therapy 2019 January; 45(1): 76-91

Link for Internet access

Note

Copyright © 2018, John Wiley and Sons -Copyright Clearance Center's RightsLink

Primary Document Type

j

Subject Captions

e

Bibliography

60 refs.

ISSN

0194472X (print); 17520606 (online)

Collection

Citation

“Microaggressions and Islamophobia: experiences of Muslims across the United States and clinical implications,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed January 19, 2020, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/38086.