Structure, culture, and religion in the welfare of Muslim families by Fiona Mackie Download PDF EPUB FB2
Structure, culture and religion in the welfare of Muslim families: a study of immigrant Turkish and Lebanese men and women and their families living in Melbourne, December Author: Fiona Mackie ; Australia. As with his other works, Abd Al Ati is methodical and thorough.
The references in this book provide a rich library of literature that the reader or researcher can pursue in order to gain a greater appreciation of the family and to see how Islam sought or seeks to try and protect and maintain the family and its importance for a harmonious by: The traditional Muslim family is extended, often spanning 3 or more generations.
2 An extended structure offers many advantages, including stability, coherence, and physical and psychological support, particularly in times of need.
In Muslim culture, akin to other traditional cultures, respect and esteem increase with by: Family is a major foundation of Islamic life. The Quran speaks of marriage in traditional terms -- the man as breadwinner and head of the house, the mother as nurturer and the children as respectful.
The Prophet Muhammad himself was a parent and grandparent, and like Muhammad's family, Muslim families are supposed to be close, kind and loving. the importance of establishing a family and its related means and essen-tials in the sacred religion of Islam is evident enough with no need of proofs.
It is this very important status of the family that Allah (Great be His glory) in the Quran; the Impeccable Imams or Muslim leaders inFile Size: 1MB. 1)Religious and Spiritual Prepping: The father or the husband is the head of the family, the focal point and the frame of reference within the family structure.
He sets up his family on a solid moral and religious pattern that places “faith” as the foundation of life. Family life was created by Allah to keep society together and Muslims should follow the example of the Prophet Muhammad, who was married and raised a family.
The traditional Muslim family is an extended family. It usually includes parents, children, grandparents Structure elderly relatives. Many Muslim marriages consist of an Arab or Pakistani man and a Western-born woman. Even if both parties are Muslim, they still bring completely different backgrounds to the table, and that can create a culture clash.
One thing Western Muslims learn quickly is that culture and religion are often very tightly entwined for born Muslims. Muslims follow the teachings of the Qur’an and Structure Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), who was born in CE [Current Era]) in Makkah (Mecca), Saudi Arabia.
He was born into a noble Arab family, the Quraysh, the descendants of Abraham. Start studying MCOM Chapter 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Search. family, state, religion. community, and religion are the three institutions that make up the deep structure of culture. true. Deep structure institutions have little to do with the development of a person's identity. It shouldn’t be surprising then that Islam, which is a totalitarian system par excellence, favors the polygamous family structure.
Through sharia law, Islam seeks to control every aspect of an individual’s life. As its advocates insist, Islam is not just a religion, it is a complete way of life. Moreover, it’s a purpose-driven life.
It must also be noted that certain social practices in some Muslim countries are not required by Islam, but have simply evolved in the course of time as a result of indigenous cultural factors.
Islam differentiates between Muslims and non-Muslims and between the "People of the Book" (dhimmi) and others. Religion in the United States is characterized by both a wide diversity in religious beliefs and practices and by a high adherence level.
Learning Objectives. Discuss the scope of religious diversity in the United States. According to the U.S. Census, the most common religions in the United States are Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism.
Decision making about sexual practices and family formation has become complex for those who identify with counter-cultural and sub-cultural groups (or who simply ascribe to traditional views about sexuality and family life).
The widening gap between modern and traditional family norms and values has created an internal dissonance between societal. Cultural traditions of nonreligious origin impact gender roles, prevailing cultural norms, and the interpretation of the Quran and other Islamic texts.
Family. Some Reformist and feminist scholars have argued that the concept of guardianship has formed the basis of particular gender roles in Muslim societies. However he warned Muslims, "But then, the Muslim family must be a good one.
In other words, it must be truly Islamic and it must live up to the standards expected of an Islamic family." Let us compare and contrast some of the reasons for the wellbeing of an Islamic family versus a Western family.
Muslim women believe because of their modest dress there will be more appreciation to who they actually are and highlights her personality instead of being held to an unattainable standard of beauty that is held by the Western cultures ("Women in Islam").
The gender roles of Muslims is much like those of the 's in America. Since the 50's. Education - Education - Aims and purposes of Muslim education: Islam placed a high value on education, and, as the faith spread among diverse peoples, education became an important channel through which to create a universal and cohesive social order.
By the middle of the 9th century, knowledge was divided into three categories: the Islamic sciences, the philosophical. In the Islamic family these members of an elder generation continue to fulfil an important role in the family throughout their lives.
In Muslim family structure both men and women are held to be equal in status and worth. Islam does not subscribe to the view that woman led man (Eve leading Adam) to sin and disobedience, states Al-Farooqi.
Muslim customs are at variance with a culture where marriage involves dating, love, and a great measure of freedom of choice in choosing a mate, even though the ideology of that freedom may be exaggerated.
There is a generation gap for Muslims plus a cultural gap. Parents fear children will marry non-Muslims. Islam and the Family System Islam is the Final religion and has the most ideal shari `ah (revealed law). An unbiased observer cannot help admiring the equilibrium which it has achieved balancing the demands of body and spirit, providing guidance concerning life in this world as well as teachings concerning life in the hereafter.
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THE FAMILY IN ISLAM: STRUCTURE, PRINCIPLES AND RULES. We have discussed the salient features of the Islamic outlook on life, the foundations of the family in Islam and its objectives and functions.
In this final section an effort shall be made to explain briefly the actual working of the institution of the family in Islam, its structure. In many ways, though, they stressed how Muslim culture had shaped Christians' cultural and moral expectations about family life.
Three aspects of family life came to the fore in interviews: the frequency and size of family gatherings, the role of a patriarch and elders in making decisions for others in the extended family, and the significance.
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam As societies become larger and more complex, its people become more likely to join monotheistic religions.
The three most influential monotheistic religions in world history are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The early forms of Muslim culture, from the Rashidun Caliphate to early Umayyad period, were predominantly Arab, Byzantine, Persian and Levantine. With the rapid expansion of the Islamic empires, Muslim culture has influenced and assimilated much from the Persian, Egyptian, Caucasian, Turkic, Mongol, South Asian, Malay, Somali.
Somalia was known to the ancient Egyptians as the Land of Punt. They valued its trees which produced the aromatic gum resins frankincense and myrrh. Punt is also mentioned in the Bible, and ancient Romans called it Cape Aromatica.
Somalia is named for the legendary father of the Somali people, Samaal (or Samale). Contemporary Muslims' approach to health care is still strongly based on preventative measures.
In many cases, although Muslim patients seek a curative process through surgical or medical means, they still look to their religious and cultural heritage to address their spiritual, social and cultural needs.
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The dominating culture within Iraq is Arab, and most Arabs are Muslim. Iraqi Muslims are split into two groups, the Sunnis and the Shias (Shiites). The Sunnis, a majority in Islam, are a minority in Iraq, and the Shias, a minority in the Arab world, are the majority in Iraq.The Muslim Family hopes to assists Muslim in forming and maintaining a healthy family based on Islamic beliefs and principles "O you who have believed, save yourselves and your families from a fire whose fuel is men and stones, over which are (appointed) angels, stern (and) severe, who do not disobey Allah in what He orders them and (who) do.Muslim law reflects the fact that Islam is a total way of life in which there is an organic relationship between religion, politics, and society.
Islam emphasizes practice over belief. As a result, law, not theology, has always been the most important area of concern to Muslims, for it provides the "straight path" (Shariah) which the Muslim.