publication . Article . 2014

Testing the Muslim Students Attitude towards Wearing Hijab at Prince of Songkla University Pattani Campus, Thailand

Hamdia Mudor;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2014 Journal: International Journal of Asian Social Science, volume 4, issue 10 October, pages 1,035-1,044
The study investigated the attitude towards wearing Hijab of the Muslim students putting on a Hijab at Prince of Songkla University, Pattani campus. The participants were 367 Muslim women students of the first semester of academic year 2012. The findings showed that the interaction of attitude towards wearing Hijab between the students? hometown and students? group year was no statistically significant relationship and there was no statistical difference of the attitude generated by differences of their hometown. However, the students in different group years had various attitudes towards wearing Hijab with the statistical significance.
free text keywords: Hijab, Attitude, Muslim student, Islamic identity, Religious discrimination, Pattani Malay.
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