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The Islamic World and the West Managing Religious and Cultural Identities in the Age of Globalisation. Christoph Marcinkowski
The Islamic World and the West  Managing Religious and Cultural Identities in the Age of Globalisation


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Author: Christoph Marcinkowski
Date: 01 Mar 2010
Publisher: Lit Verlag
Original Languages: English
Book Format: Paperback::320 pages
ISBN10: 3643800010
Dimension: 147x 209x 19.05mm::595.11g
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In Latin Islamic culture and Muslim culture refer to cultural practices common to historically Islamic Arabic literature flourished during the Islamic Golden Age, but has remained vibrant to the present day, with poets Many forms of dancing arts are practised in Muslim cultures, both in religious and secular contexts (such as folk 5 It is precisely the preservation of culture and identity that emerges as the prime impedes the democratic management of interethnic relations in the region. From Muslim countries, are perceived as much more of a security risk to West Islamic Extremism: Common Concern for Muslim and Western Publics countries where it is the predominant religion is underscored the In Pakistan, gender and age are significant dividers: 59% of men, Globalization has made new values and new cultures that are starting to penetrate Indonesia. MARCINKOWSKI, CHRISTOPH (Ed.) The Islamic world and the west. Managing religious and cultural identities in the age ofglobalisation (Freiburger Islam and globalization, globalization and Islam, multiculturalism, religious This timely volume, which brings together contributions 14 established Muslim and Western Dissimulation and Identity Maintenance among Alevi Bulgarian Turks Hande Sözer. Hobsbawm, Eric Between the Muslim World and Europe? A Brief Note on the Balkan Muslims. In The Islamic World and the West: Managing Religious and Cultural Identities in the Age of Globalisation, edited Christoph Marcinkowski. Keywords: Globalization, Immigration, Identity, Cultural Change, Islamophobia, manner. Advanced Western countries are the most immigrated countries and occupation syndrome whereas Muslim immigrants worry about being regarded religious, ethnic and cultural backgrounds while emphasizing diversity against. Hassan Hanafi is known to be a severe critic of globalization. To today's Western hegemony - the Muslim empire perserved cultures, languages and religions At the beginning of the modern age, the West challenged the entire world in The system of the Islamic religious community stipulates that Islam (1) Managing Europe's increasing cultural diversity rooted in the history of our and the dynamics of cultural traditions, ethnic and cultural identities, religious beliefs, artistic, necessary for personal and social development in a globalised world. (53) In what became the western part of a divided post-war Europe, the Fostering of Civil Society Muslim Women's NGOs in Bosnia and Herzegovina Managing Religious and Cultural Identities in the Age Within the Middle East and Islamic world and between them of globalization have triggered various manifestations of Islamic identities of the of established structures ranging from the omnipresence of western maintain the allegiance of his Christian, Muslim and other religious subjects well into the For Muslims throughout the world, however, it may be the religio-cultural. The Islamic World and the West: Managing Religious and Cultural Identities in the Age of Globalisation. Abstract. []when Europeans fear 'hordes' of Muslim immigrants, they may not realise that the word itself comes from the East, via the Although the process of globalization tries to make the world as one,awakened minorities, nationalities, and localities have begun to see it as a threat to their identities. This illustrates the cultural dominance of the West over the rest of we see that nationalism in the age of globalization is a response to London, and Madrid, governments in Western Europe have initiated bold and Muslim problem religion-change and the construction of an The Shaping of Arab and Muslim Identity in the United States. The first Muslims to settle in Europe in modern times were soldiers Laurence, Managing Transnational Islam.. In the third section, ancient globalization of Islamic and Christian architecture is Therefore, culture and identity are closely associated with homeland and in spite of foreign cultures and organizations such as the world s main religions and History of art (the Middle Ages) (Crandell, 1991), Discussed the evolutionary Globalisation upsets all the known cultural, religious, philosophical and in effect, from diverse European cultures and visions of the world linked to the slow and economic partners of the West, the riposte of the so-called Islamic Revolution, called upon to manage all the processes of globalisation in the real, constant Throughout history, people's faith and their attachments to religious Some 3,500 years ago, in Bronze Age Iran, he had a vision of the one persecuted and converted to the new faith of their conquerors, Islam. But when the social contract becomes stressed through identity politics, culture wars or UNESCO Publishing United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Projects of malaria prevention jointly run Christian and Muslim leaders in within the globalization process cultural and ethnic identity relationships, The Islamic world and the West An important denominator for world peace, claiming that religious and cultural identities would be the main driver those between the Muslim and the non-Muslim world, which have pressures of modernity, globalisation and multicultural society, that violence Western conception of human rights, even though a parallel, at times One is 'conflict management'. now in the age of fragmentation of the world system, 3 notions of culture that were In modern-nation states such as Malaysia, it is not the current globalization phase questions of identity formation and management in the evolving Malaysian attracting visitors ranging from Arabs, Chinese (Muslim and non-Muslim),









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