Contributor(s)Ghannam, Farha, 1963-
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AbstractThe following discussion draws upon data derived from a variety of methods. These include literature review, textual analysis of newspaper articles and group publications, personal interviews, and observations. The author looked at the four largest French newspapers: Avgence French-Pressc, the newspaper with the largest international circulation: Le Mondc, the mostmainstrcam Frcnch paper; Le Figaro. a right-leaning paper; and Liberation, a left-leaning paper. The author also looked at other newspapers with an international scope: The New York Times and the EEC online, in particular, the forum sections, in which they ask readers to write in on topics such as "Is Islam compatible with Modernity?" "Is Islam compatible with Europe?" and "Should the Headscarf be Banned in French schools?" Further examined were several smaller publications put out by anti-racist groups and Muslim organizations in France.