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A Social History of Education In The Muslim World
A Social History of Education In The Muslim World
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Details:  A Social History of Education in the Muslim World ;
From the Prophetic Era to Ottoman Times,
*[A5] Paperback - 279 pages,
by Amjad M. Hussain,
Published by Taha, UK.





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A Social History of Education in the Muslim World : From the Prophetic Era to Ottoman Times provides a comprehensive view of education and society in the Muslim world throughout the five key historic periods.


The book asks intriguing questions such as, how has the Muslim quest for knowledge defined education, how have a range of Muslim educational institutions evolved through out the various historical periods and how has this social history affected contemporary Islamic education.


           '' The meaning of education is expressed by three Arabic terms in the
              Islamic sense. Two terms come from the Qur'an, the third is derived
              from the hadith literature. The first term ’tarbiyah’ means ’fostering
              growth’. It indicates that Islamic education is nurturing a person. The
              second term ’ta'lim’ it refers to the imparting of knowledge. The third
              term ’ta’dib’ refers to good manners & ethics. This term comes from
              the hadith literature, so from the collected stories about Prophet
              Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. These
              three terms describe that the Islamic education is fostering, knowledge
              transfer and ethics. Probably the Western idea of education is fairly
              similar but its  base is different indeed.''---Reviewed by László Galántai.



Using historical sources, the author explores the background, the development and the impact of education in the major Sunni Caliphal cities commencing from Madinah to Damascus, Baghdad, Cairo and Istanbul.








Table of Contents :


---Acknowledgements,
---Notes on Transliteration,
---Introduction,


---Chapter [1]. Islamic Education in the First Communitym
---Chapter [2]. From the Foundation to the Formative Period,
---Chapter [3]. The Golden Age of Islamic Education,
---Chapter [4]. Islamic Education during the Mamluk Period,
---Chapter [5]. An Overview of Ottoman Education,
---Chapter [6]. The Future of Islamic Education.


---Brief Biography of Scholars,
---Biography,
---Internet References,
---Index.








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*Dimensions : 21 x 15cm.







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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 30 March, 2013.