Promoting Non-Violence Culture in Islamic Education at University Level

Authors

  • Shumaila Aslam Institute of Education and Research, University of the Punjab, Lahore
  • Dr Tahira Yasmeen Faculty of Education (FoE), Beijing Normal University, China
  • Rabia Shehzadi Institute of Education and Research, University of the Punjab, Lahore

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55628/jctie.v3i2.129

Keywords:

Non-Violence , Islamic Education , Culture, causes of violence

Abstract

Violence happens when there is a fight between two ideas that are either interpersonal or intrapersonal. A non-violence culture is formed when everyone practices being innocuous by honouring and accepting the cultural differences around them to prevent confrontation. There were two main objectives of this study, to find out the types and causes of violence and what is the solution of violence at university level. The type of this study was quantitative and a self developed questionnaire used for this purpose. The sample for this study was 245 students who were selected randomly from different universities; according to result of this study students have faced different violence in Islamic education at university level. They faced the aggression by yelling at others in different ways as well as they kicked by students. Students rarely treated unwell because of race/competition. Students’ financial problems and parents’ academic demands and psychological problems are major cause of violence. Male and female students’ views about the causes of violence are different, because male have more reasons for violence than female. Students want to security devices and applied conflict resolution system to solve the problems of violence. Peace education should be one of the main subjects taught in Pakistan's schools right now. Students must evaluate themselves to eradicate the causes of violence from universities so that the peaceful environment should be provided to students.

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Published

2024-02-28

How to Cite

Aslam, S., Yasmeen, T., & Shehzadi, R. (2024). Promoting Non-Violence Culture in Islamic Education at University Level. Journal of Contemporary Trends and Issues in Education, 3(2), 66–79. https://doi.org/10.55628/jctie.v3i2.129

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