Sociological approaches to the social roles of women in Medina Institutions at the beginning of Islam

Social institutions in the Islamic society of the Prophet era were formed while observing the position of women and their presence in various fields. Granting human values to women and enhancing their social standing in Islamic society, has led to the emergence of Islamic norms in line with Qoranic values, based on divine teachings concerning the promotion of women's status in society. Removing barriers to women's social presence and removing social prohibitions and correcting ignorant assumptions about women have opened up new social arenas for women's active participation and the humiliation of the ignorant age has given way to human values and cultural encouragement, which has led to empathetic and active women in various social aspects such as scientific, cultural, governmental, political, and economic spheres. Accordingly, this thesis attempts to study the role of women in the history of the Prophet's era, based on Qoranic and prophetic roles, and to identify their presence in the development of Medina's social institutions and factors affecting them and describe the growth of women's cultural and social struggles in this field through a descriptive-analytical approach and answer the questions.

Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Social Sciences, Volume:11 Issue:1, 2019
45 - 64  
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