Islam and Social life: Education of Islam 1st Paper 4th Chapter MCQ Question With Answer. This article draws on informal and formal experiences with Islam and Social Welfare beginning with early childhood, higher education, and on through four decades—1996 through 2016—as a social work professor, including research, teaching, community service, and active participation in the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), and the Society for Social Work Research (SSWR). I present four recommendations to social work professionals: Examine your understanding of your own religion or worldview and other religions, including Islam; acknowledge challenges arising from your own cultural and religious traditions; be cautious about projecting your fears and problems onto Muslims and use primary sources to understand Islam and Muslims.
Islam and Social life: Education of Islam 1st Paper 4th Chapter MCQ Question With Answer
When I received the invitation to write an article reflecting on my experiences with Islam and social work during 40 years from 1976 to 2015, my thoughts went even further back—to my journey in understanding Islam and social welfare beginning with my childhood, going onto my adolescence, my undergraduate and graduate education in the United States, my teaching at Howard University School of Social Work, and my work in countries of the Middle East, South Asia, and Central Asia. All these experiences have helped me understand Islam and social work and facilitated my teaching. First, I pondered over how I learned about my religion, the Shia Imami Ismaili Tariqat (sect) of Islam, about other Tariqat of Islam, and about Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sikhism, Christianity and Judaism; and, I reflected on how my understanding of religiosity and spirituality of Islam has influenced my social welfare practice and education.
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