International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

The Analysis of the Attitude of Students of Islamic Azad University of Khorramabad toward Globalization Phenomenon in Terms of Religious Identity
Farzaneh Sajadpour, Ebrahim Jamali

Globalization made today’s societies face different challenges. Various identity sources can analyze attitude toward this phenomenon from different angles or disappeared against it and in its appeal goes down as an accepted model or has manifested a strong identity and to seek its resolution of global integration. Students are generally in the ranks of the youth population and given that the university is a place for thinking and science, their approaches can be considered as a measure tool of reality. This study seeks to meet attitude of the students in Azad Islamic university of Khorramabad with emphasis on different attitude toward groups of religious identity and to achieve results, both qualitative and quantitative research methods were used. To find and categorize students, first religiosity questionnaire of Khodayarifard et al (2011) was used and these questioners were distributed among 370 students, by using quota sampling at different schools. According to the obtained results, every person who was in a group of identity and center group was invited for interview sessions. 72 respondents participated in 12 interviews and answered interview questions that were based on six dimensions of globalization. These dimensions include: social dimension, economic, religious, cultural, education and environmental dimensions of globalization. Given that three types of religious identity; receptive, passive and rejecters of religious identities were identified in the study, responses to interviews revealed that each of these types of approach are based on four policy-driven approaches, critical, and transnational fatalistic can be different.

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