Allen, C. (2010) ‘Islamophobia’. London: Ashgate.
Allen, C. (2017) Political Approaches to Tackling Islamophobia: an ‘insider/outsider’ analysis of the British Coalition Government’s approach between 2010-15 in Social Sciences (Vol. 6, No.3: 1-19).
Allen, C. (2017) Proscribing National Action: considering the impact of banning the British far-right group in Political Quarterly (Vol. 88, No.4: tbc).
Allen, C. (2017) Controversy: Is Prevent Harming Universities? in Political Insight (Vol.8, No.1: 38-9).
Allen, C. (2016) ‘Resistir a la invasión musulmana’, Afkar (Vol.1, No. 50: 27-31).
Allen, C. (2015) ‘”People hate you because of the way you dress”: Understanding the invisible experiences of veiled British Muslim women victims of Islamophobia’ in International review of Victimology (Vol. 21, No. 3: 287-301).
Allen, C. (2015) Britishness and Muslim-ness: differentiation, demarcation and discrimination in political discourse in Identity papers: a journal of British and Irish studies (Vol.1, No. 2: 1-12).
Allen, C. & Isakjee, A. (2015) ‘Controversy, Islam and Politics: an exploration of the “Innocence of Muslims” affair through the eyes of British Muslim elites’ in Ethnic & Racial Studies (Vol. 38, No. 11: 1852-1867).
Allen, C. (2014) ‘A critical analysis of the discourses about Britain’s multiculturalism against a backdrop of the London 2012 Olympic Games’ in Social Sciences (Vol. 4, No. 1: 18-33).
Allen, C. (2014) ‘Britain First: the frontline resistance to the Islamification of Britain’ in Political Quarterly (Vol. 85, No. 3: 345-61).
Allen, C. (2014) ‘Exploring the impact and ‘message’ of street-level Islamophobia on visible Muslim women victims: a British case study’ in Journal of Muslims in Europe (Vol. 3, No. 2: 137-159).
Allen, C. (2014) ‘New Labour’s policies to influence and challenge Islam in contemporary Britain: A case study on the National Muslim Women’s Advisory Group’s Theology Project’ in Social Sciences Directory (Vol. 3, No. 1: 2-19).
Allen, C. (2014) ‘Anti-social networking: findings from a pilot study on opposing Dudley mosque using Facebook groups as both site and method for research’ in SAGE Open (Vol. 4, No. 1: 1-12).
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