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Islam in the era of globalization

Islam in the era of globalization

Muslim attitudes towards modernity and identity

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Published by Routledge Curzon in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Islam -- 20th century,
  • Globalization -- Religious aspects -- Islam,
  • Islam and state -- Islamic countries,
  • Islamic renewal -- Islamic countries

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Johan Meuleman
    ContributionsMeuleman, Johan H
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP163 .I7525 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 404 p. ;
    Number of Pages404
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18138167M
    ISBN 100700716912
    LC Control Number2002069904

    This archaic globalization existed during the Hellenistic Agewhen commercialized urban centers enveloped the axis of Greek culture that reached from India to Spainincluding Alexandria and the other Alexandrine cities. The Personal Nature of Religious Experience Scholars have argued that, just as religious beliefs in the United States and Europe have become less communal and more personal, the same is true in Islamic societies in the Middle East and Central Asia. In order to develop a more comprehensive and accurate understanding of the so called "Islam-globalization" debate, it is critical to distinguish between the process of globalization in its original sense and such relatively more contemporary processes, like Westernization, that are masked as globalization and yet are fundamentally different. One of the most expressed forms of the conflict in many Muslim countries today takes place between secular and Islamic discourse. In the 7th century. This hegemony is based on a techno-usurious system, which is sponsored by northern hemisphere countries.

    There are stark regional disparities in poverty. Opposition to Globalization While some Muslims have welcomed the changes of globalization, it has also been met defensively in some conservative circles of the Islamic world. The emigration and settlement of Muslims from more than seventy nations to the West has been of some concern. If someone wants to be a member, one only had to declare himself a Muslim. Muslim Identity concepts What exactly are the concepts of a Muslim identity?

    Ayatollahy, H. Large-scale globalization began in the 19th century. Globalization is a process in which "the whole world becomes like a small village, where the less advanced communities can develop their capacities" and that "tends to be a two-way street process, which makes it possible for each community to take as well as to give. Source: Hassan, Riaz. As a result, the challenges facing Muslim countries assume greater proportions in a manner that deeply affects public life and reflects badly on the development process as a whole.


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Islam in the era of globalization book

Muslims must assure their role in the contemporary civilizations as they assured through the medieval world. Muslims are supposed to be a doctrinal or ideological universal community, united through the entire world by their faith in thinking, feeling and action.

Asian empires like Timur in Central Eurasia, the Ming and Qing, as well as the Mughals, Ottomans, and Safavids expanded their territories through military conquest and commercial penetration. For example, in Indiabusiness process outsourcing has been described as the "primary engine of the country's development over the next few decades, contributing broadly to GDP growth, employment growth, and poverty alleviation".

Islam & Globalization

Freed from the oppression of Islam out of the only parts of the land has old Yugoslavia and modern Israel. New Muslim Identity 5. Do we muslims represent an umma in the contemporary world? The general upward trend might be attributed to many factors.

This spark is what started to challenge many of the beliefs and practices upheld through all religions. BPQ 3: How did early agricultural societies differ from those of the Paleolithic era?

The Globalization of Islam

Globalization makes it possible for humanity to have compassion for each other when calamities — natural or man-made — affect others. Islamism's Participation in Globalization:. As globalisation progresses the status of national boundaries as obstacles to A so-called war debt these Muslim countries are paying for was the real reason the American dollar and American economy boomed in the nineties and extended in the new millennium.

Multiple citizenshipalso called dual citizenship or multiple nationality or dual nationality, is a person's citizenship status, in which a person is concurrently regarded as a citizen of more than one state under the laws of those states.

The first refers to a theory of regional integration originally proposed by Stanley Hoffmann ; the second treats states and the national government as the primary factors for integration. Globalization can lead performers to discard traditional instruments.

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Introduction No doubt I speak like a migrant and a member of a minority. William R. As they established political control over much more vast tracts of land, new commercial networks and culture interactions were also emerged. Full article can be read in issue 43 of Fountain Magazine.

Pratt : Cultural industries and cultural policy In: International journal of cultural policy, 11 1page New industrial military technologies increased the power of European states and the United States, and allowed these powers to forcibly open up markets across the world and extend their empires.

Mainz, They have thus remained dependent on the West for not only the technical infrastructure machinery, high-technology equipment, medicines etc.

On the one hand, they are imagined as being Sufistic, syncretistic and localized, as opposed to their counterparts in the Middle East who are considered to be orthodox and 'fanatical'.

Cultural practices including traditional music can be lost or turned into a fusion of traditions. It corresponds with the natural human instinct and man's tendency towards being a 'social animal. In general this civilizations differ from each other in language, culture, tradition, religion and history.

Manche von ihnen nehmen sie an, doch die meisten ihrer sind ungehorsam.the cultural, political, economic, and technological influences on the globalization of religion. Discussion of Interdisciplinary Issues – Culture Culture and religion are inextricably interwoven.

Indeed, on the surface, one could argue that they are the same. What is the difference between culture. "This book provides an in-depth analysis of the sources, attributes, achievements, and challenges of Turkish foreign policy from a much-needed perspective - one that situates foreign policy at the intersection of not just international but national struggles for democracy and identity.

During the Muslim era of globalization which coincides with the Golden Age of the Muslims, the West benefited immensely from the scholastic works produced by Muslim scientists and scholars. This book presents the first comprehensive survey of the multiple versions of Islam propagated across geographical, political, and cultural boundaries during the era of modern globalization.

Showing how Islam was transformed through these globalizing transfers, it traces the origins, expansion and increasing diversification of Global Islam - from individual activists to organizations and then.

Having clarified the difference between globalization and Westernization, the Islam-globalization debate can be assessed more accurately. Islam is not anti-globalization (or modernity, which is considered to be a by-product of globalization) in its original sense, but Muslims do have a problem with Westernization.

Get this from a library! Islam in the era of globalization: Muslim attitudes towards modernity and identity. [Johan H Meuleman; Indonesian-Netherlands Cooperation in Islamic Studies.;].