FANATIC TRENDS AND SOCIAL IDENTITY: A FIELD STUDY IN MOSUL CITY: SHABAKI PEOPLE AS AN EXAMPLE

Authors

  • Khalid Mahmoud Hamy

Abstract

Cultural diversity has become a matter in question of social concerns connected with
the growing of social bases diversity in the community, the matter that made us face this
diversity in bases and visions positively. Then to devise certain methods for this aim.
In our study, we try to provide a framework for a renewed understanding of the deeprooted challenges in cultural diversity that motivate sectarian tendencies, And to achieve this
end, it is necessary to go beyond What is just a simple recognition of the real meaning of
diversity, By specifying some certain factors that depend on through the shaping of social
identity. This study reached to a set of results, the most important are: -
1. There are remarkable statistical significant differences among researched people
according to the changes (gender, age, marital status, and academic degree), which
means that there is a difference in the relationship between extremism, nonextremism, and social identity.
2. The results of the study indicate that there is a significant (positive) direct connection
between extremism and social identity (0.84), which is higher than the positive
relationship between non-extremism and social identity, which reached to (0.701).
3. We have noticed that the SHABAK minority, as a cultural ingredient, affects the form
of the general cultural framework within its stretching geographical border, with a
difference in attitudes that is mainly due to the variation in value patterns and its
standard in directing the behavior of individuals towards achieving their goals.
4. Through the interviews with the researched people, we found that social identity is
like a guide that guides them to their cultural environment, and it depends, to some extent, on discrimination with the other, and determines its existence as a
distinguished group in its belonging, and in its cultural features.
5. We find that the value pattern in the SHABAK minority, has privacy that
distinguishes them from others culturally, consequently this privacy contributes to
informing of a distinguished social identity to the surrounding social identities within
its cultural border scope. 

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Published

2020-12-02

How to Cite

Khalid Mahmoud Hamy. (2020). FANATIC TRENDS AND SOCIAL IDENTITY: A FIELD STUDY IN MOSUL CITY: SHABAKI PEOPLE AS AN EXAMPLE. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 6359 - 6378. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1923