This book is primarily addressed to the Muslim and non-Muslim intelligentsia - professionals, teachers, students and political activitists - residing in the West as well as in the Muslim world. It contains chapters that will enable them to wrestle with the multitute of problems inhibiting a cordial relationship between the West and the Muslim World. This book, containing edited papers presented in a conference, hopefully will open serious dialogues for a just peaceful world order.
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Abdul Rashid Motem, Ph.D., is a Professor of Political Science at the International Islamic University Malaysia. His research interests include comparative politics, international relations, methods of political inquiry, and issues in the Islamization of Political Science. He has been reaching at the University level for about 35 years in various countries. He has authored and edited 12 books, three monographs and contributed over 80 articles in internationally refereed journals. His numerous publications include 'Revolution to Revolution : Jama'at-e'ISlami in the Political of Pakistan' (Kuala Lumpur : Islamic Book Trust, 2001 and 'Introduction to Political Science' (Cengage, Singapore 2006). He is the edited of the 'Intellectual Discourse', a journal published by the International Islamic University Malaysia.
Noraini M.Noor, Ph.D., is a Professor Psychology and the Coordinator of the Women for Progress Research Unit at the International Islamic University, Malaysia. Previously, she taught at the University Sains Malaysia and University of Malaya. Her areas of interest include issues relating to women's work and family roles in relation to well-being, work stress, individual differences and workplace policies. She has published numerous articles/books on these topics. She has been a recipient of the Commonwealth Fellowship, Chevening and Colombo Plan awards, respectively. Her recent publications include "Malaysian women's state of psychological well-being : Empirical validation of a conceptual model. "Journal of Social Psychology, 146 (206) and "Locus of control, supportive workplace policies and work-family conflict, "Psychologia : An International Journal of Psychology in the Orient, 49 (2006).
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