SOCIETAL VARIABLES AND ITS RELATION WITH SOCIAL ISOLATION: A FIELD STUDY FOR YAZIDI SECT IN BA’SHIQA DISTRICT

Authors

  • Khalid Mahmoud Hamy

Abstract

Social Isolation has increased through the past two decades among individuals in Iraqi
society, that lead to reduce interaction and communication between People, So, the person
lacks to feel of being able to be build social relations with them. The value of the study: The
cognitive importance lies in defining a sociological framework for the aspects of social
isolation among the members of the Yazidi sect. Objectives of the study: Determining the
societal factors that cause the emergence of cases of social isolation between individuals or
social groups within the boundaries of the same geographical area. the current study relies on
the descriptive approach (the method of a social survey by sample). The current study is
confined to Bashiqa sub-district, northeast of Mosul, the center of Nineveh Governorate. The
study collects a simple random sample of (300) respondents because the research community
is defined. The current study relies on three main tools: observation, interview, and
questionnaire form (scale). The study hypotheses were formulated using the null hypothesis
method to test them statistically. To achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher relied
on a set of advanced statistical methods. The results of the study indicate the existence of
many factors that affect social isolation. a variation in the effect of societal variables (social,
psychological, political, religious, and cultural) with significant statistical differences
between them. social isolation may cause a process of social marginalization and a feeling of
relative deprivation due to living on the sideline of society

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Published

2020-12-02

How to Cite

Khalid Mahmoud Hamy. (2020). SOCIETAL VARIABLES AND ITS RELATION WITH SOCIAL ISOLATION: A FIELD STUDY FOR YAZIDI SECT IN BA’SHIQA DISTRICT. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 6327 - 6342. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1919