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Mosque controversies in the United States: Emotions, Politics and the Right to Religious Freedom

Abstract : [...] Rather than an exhaustive survey of all the mosque debates, this article analyses the most important specific type of arguments that were made by participants in such controversies. In particular, it examines the extent to which the relevance and the legitimacy of the liberal language of rights seems challenged by a growing part of the American public, that puts forward notions of appropriateness, sensitivity, and nationalism. [...]
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Pasquale Annichino, Nadia Marzouki. Mosque controversies in the United States: Emotions, Politics and the Right to Religious Freedom. Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Droit des Médias et des Mutations Sociales. Annuaire Droit et Religions, Presses Universitaires Aix-Marseille Université, 2012. ⟨hal-03393828⟩

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