Religiocultural Identity and Socioeconomic Development in the Muslim World
Ali, A. (1995) Religiocultural Identity and Socioeconomic Development in the Muslim World. The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 12 (3). pp. 329-346.
Despite regional, ethnic, and historical peculiarities, the contemporary Muslim world-approximately one billion people inhabiting roughly fifty Muslim-majority independent nation-states and living as minorities in many others-is marked by two common characteristics: the growing assertiveness of Islam and its culture in most of its followers' activities and aspirations and the relatively underdeveloped socioeconomic condition of most Muslim countries.
|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Management and Governance|
|Publisher:||The Association of Muslim Social Scientists & The International Institute of Islamic Thought|
|Copyright:||The International Institute of Islamic Thought|
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