Usman Afzali


Psychology PhD Candidate and Fixed-term Lecturer


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School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing


University of Canterbury


20 Kirkwood Avenue, Upper Riccarton Christchurch, 8041 New Zealand




Usman Afzali


Psychology PhD Candidate and Fixed-term Lecturer


School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing


University of Canterbury


20 Kirkwood Avenue, Upper Riccarton Christchurch, 8041 New Zealand



Are they us? Psychological impact of far-right terrorism against Muslim minorities on national distress, community, and well-being


Journal article


Kate Byrne, Martin Dorahy, Jessica Gale, M. Usman Afzali, Joseph A. Bulbulia, Chris G. Sibley, Kumar Yogeeswaran

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APA
Byrne, K., Dorahy, M., Gale, J., Afzali, M. U., Bulbulia, J. A., Sibley, C. G., & Yogeeswaran, K. Are they us? Psychological impact of far-right terrorism against Muslim minorities on national distress, community, and well-being.

Chicago/Turabian
Byrne, Kate, Martin Dorahy, Jessica Gale, M. Usman Afzali, Joseph A. Bulbulia, Chris G. Sibley, and Kumar Yogeeswaran. “Are They Us? Psychological Impact of Far-Right Terrorism against Muslim Minorities on National Distress, Community, and Well-Being” (n.d.).

MLA
Byrne, Kate, et al. Are They Us? Psychological Impact of Far-Right Terrorism against Muslim Minorities on National Distress, Community, and Well-Being.