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    *Relationship between Islamophobia and Religiosity*


    I am a final year Psychology undergraduate at the University of Southampton. This study will be used as my final year empirical research project. The primary objective of the study is to investigate at how different ways people internalize their religion have an impact on prejudice, ie. How different ways non-Muslim internalize their religion can either encourage or discourage Islamophobia. The study also looks into religious fundamentalism (exclusivism of religion) and intergroup contacts concerning prejudice.

    You are requested to fill up an online survey that is 15 minutes long or less. You will be asked a series of questions on your religious involvement and your view on Islam and Muslims. If you are an undergraduate at the University of Southampton taking a Psychology module, you will receive two research credits for your participation.

    *Are there any benefits in my taking part?*

    If you decide to take part in this study, you will contribute to our understanding of the relationship between religiosity and prejudice (Islamophobia) and ways to tackle this issues.

    *Why have I been asked to participate?*

    Any Non-Muslim who are aged 18 and above can take part in this study should you wish

    *Where can I get more information?*

    If you have any questions about the study, please contact the researcher, Norsaidi Serail [email protected] or my supervisor, Dr Shui-I Shih [email protected]

    Thank you for your participation!


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