Religion and Social Hidden Curriculum—The Educative Influences of Christianity and Islam in Women

Vicente Llorent-Bedmar, Vicente J. Llorent

Abstract


In this paper we highlight the similarities and differences between Christianity and Islam, on the social functions of women based on the sacred texts of both, references to a hidden social curriculum in the history. Faced with the growing religious pluralism in contemporary societies, we believe that the debate on how the two main religions in the history of mankind, have had and continue to have an enormous influence on the lives of millions of women, is an important topic.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v7n4p126

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