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Who Is Charlie? Xenophobia and the New Middle Class

Who Is Charlie? Xenophobia and the New Middle Class 707194 SREXXX10.1177/2332649217707194Sociology of Race and EthnicityBook Reviews research-article2017 Book Reviews Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 2017, Vol. 3(3) 432 –438 © American Sociological Association 2017 Who Is Charlie? Xenophobia https://doi.org/10.1177/2332649217707194 sre.sagepub.com and the New Middle Class Emmanuel Todd (Translated by Andrew Brown) Who Is Charlie? Xenophobia and the New Middle Class. Cambridge, UK: Polity, 2015. 220 pp. £16.99. ISBN 978-1-5095-0587-6 Reviewed by: Amina Easat-Daas, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK DOI: 10.1177/2332649217707194 In response to the terror attacks on the Charlie the French tendency to whitewash its own history Hebdo editorial office in Paris in January 2015, and and importantly highlights the double standard more widespread trends of growing Islamophobia linked to the way in which the Church has histori- and intracommunity tensions in France, Todd’s Who cally been accommodated in France. Based on these Is Charlie? Xenophobia and the New Middle Class observations, Todd posits that by extension it would presents a timely and refreshing critical analysis of not be too far a stretch for Islam to be accommo- the social, anthropological, and historical factors dated in much the same way. that gave rise to both the attacks on the satirical mag- In lieu of viewing Islamophobia in its http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Sociology of Race and Ethnicity SAGE

Who Is Charlie? Xenophobia and the New Middle Class

Sociology of Race and Ethnicity , Volume 3 (3): 2 – Jul 1, 2017

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707194 SREXXX10.1177/2332649217707194Sociology of Race and EthnicityBook Reviews research-article2017 Book Reviews Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 2017, Vol. 3(3) 432 –438 © American Sociological Association 2017 Who Is Charlie? Xenophobia https://doi.org/10.1177/2332649217707194 sre.sagepub.com and the New Middle Class Emmanuel Todd (Translated by Andrew Brown) Who Is Charlie? Xenophobia and the New Middle Class. Cambridge, UK: Polity, 2015. 220 pp. £16.99. ISBN 978-1-5095-0587-6 Reviewed by: Amina Easat-Daas, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK DOI: 10.1177/2332649217707194 In response to the terror attacks on the Charlie the French tendency to whitewash its own history Hebdo editorial office in Paris in January 2015, and and importantly highlights the double standard more widespread trends of growing Islamophobia linked to the way in which the Church has histori- and intracommunity tensions in France, Todd’s Who cally been accommodated in France. Based on these Is Charlie? Xenophobia and the New Middle Class observations, Todd posits that by extension it would presents a timely and refreshing critical analysis of not be too far a stretch for Islam to be accommo- the social, anthropological, and historical factors dated in much the same way. that gave rise to both the attacks on the satirical mag- In lieu of viewing Islamophobia in its

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