Hanan Hashem

Hanan Hashem
University of Texas at Austin | UT · Department of Educational Psychology

M.A./Doctoral Candidate

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Publications (9)
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The present study examined the extent to which age, religious centrality, and solo status experiences predict reports of discrimination for American Muslim women. We also examined the role of solo status as a moderator in the relationship between age and perceived discrimination and the relationship between religious centrality and perceived discri...
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This study examines differences in experiences between Muslim and Christian Arabs (N = 1016) utilizing data from the Detroit Arab American Study (DAAS). Results showed that Muslim and Christian Arabs held similar levels of religious centrality and psychological distress but differed in reports of negative religious public regard and experiences of...
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The identity of Americans of Arab or Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) descent has been relatively understudied within the U.S. racial landscape. Given that the U.S. Census categorizes individuals of MENA descent into the “White” racial category, it is unclear the extent to which Arab/MENA Americans believe they are an ethnic minority in the...
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Arab/Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) youth are a highly underserved population in the area of mental health. This chapter reviews important considerations for working with this population, including considerations of acculturation, discrimination, and cultural considerations regarding clinical care. We end with a summary of the development,...
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This chapter presents issues related to immigration for Arab/Middle Eastern North African (MENA). A description of the MENA population is presented along with chronicling of the three established waves of immigration. An emerging fourth wave of immigration comprised primarily of refugees from Somalia, Iraq, Syrian Arab Republic, and the Sudan is al...
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Globally, Muslim adolescent and emerging adults are constantly facing scrutiny from their environments. However, very little is known regarding how they perceive themselves and experience the world around them, what their mental health needs are, and how to promote healthy development. The last decade (2005-2015) was characterized by rapid growth a...
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Successful community integration and connection is essential in promoting positive growth and development for young Muslim converts, as well as providing emotional and psychological benefits (Plante & Sherman, 2001; Hill & Pargament, 2008). Challenges unique to gender and race may impede successful community integration, thus impacting the degree o...

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Exploring the impact and experiences of mosque, religious community, and national society belonging in predicting substance use and mental health outcomes of Muslim American Youth.
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Understanding the role of solo status (or being the only Muslim in different social contexts) on the perceived discrimination and mental health outcomes of American Muslim women.