KUR' AN'DA TAÄžYÃŽR OLGUSU -Bireysel ve Toplumsal DeÄŸiÅŸme-

Kasapoğlu, Abdurrahman
March 2006
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2006, Vol. 10 Issue 27, p51
Academic Journal
It is stated in the Holy Quran that social change is a fact for all kinds of societies. With the help of change term, social change's individual aspect is underlined, and a relation is set between psychological change and sociological change. Change is related to individual's self in first place, then to the social structure in second place. According to the Quran, change is possible not only in direction of badness, but also of goodness. Quran sees "change from bad to good" as adopting religious values as a whole in the society structure.


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