The current study aims to extract the components of Islamic social action and compare it with identity styles. The method of this research is comparative and exploratory factor analysis and variance analysis have been used. "What are the components of Islamic social action and its relationship with identity styles, what are the differences between them", are among the questions of this research. Data collection was done using questionnaires of Islamic social actions (based on interpretation of verses and narratives) and identity styles questionnaires. The statistical population of this study is the students of Islamic Seminary and university in Qom, among whom 388 people were selected by available sampling method. The findings suggest that Islamic social actions have four separate components (factors) among social activists. Religious normativity, avoiding narcissism in social relations, religion-oriented communication, and ethical boundary-finding were obtained from this structure. This structure of Islamic social action in relation to the triple identity is such that informational and normative identity styles are not significantly different from each other, but each of them is significantly different from the avoidant identity style. That means that, people with informational and normative identity style show higher levels of Islamic social actions and those with avoidant identity style have weak levels of Islamic social action.
- حق عضویت دریافتی صرف حمایت از نشریات عضو و نگهداری، تکمیل و توسعه مگیران میشود.
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