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Section 2 of the reports will require students to give a clear understanding of the issues they have been discussing and reading about in the classes – some of which may be more interesting and some more challenging.
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Globalization, Multiculturalism And Muslims
Length: 6 pages (1890 Words)
Globalization, Multiculturalism and Muslims
How do we understand the processes of globalization in the contemporary world, particularly in the Muslim and Arab world?
Globalization is a comprehensive strategy of universalism and integration that affects all spheres of life. The political, economic, and cultural pressures of globalization have an impact on the Muslim world and beyond. Being a Western-originated process, globalization has led to integration of the traditional Islamic cultures and their pollution with Western cultures that are not Muslim (Akbarzadeh, 2006, p. 13, para.3). This is one of the major challenges of globalization and the reason that some Muslim groups do not support it. However, on the positive side, globalization has played a significant role in uniting Muslims from different parts of the world. It has provided channels for information flow and integration of cultural values and socio-cultural ideas that make life complete for both Islam and other religions.
Globalization has been a major issue of concern in the 21st century. It is used to imply the manner in which the world has become increasingly integrated and tied together through communication technologies and capitalist economic structures (Robertson, & Scholte, 2007, p.1025, para.4).