The Lifestyle in the Development of Ideological Policy

Viktor Vladimirovich Chernous, Alexander Konstantinovich Degtyarev, Anatoly Vladimirovich Lubsky, Oxana Yuryevna Posukhova, Yury Grigorievich Volkov

Abstract


The goal of the article consists in understanding Islam as a lifestyle in Europe. The lifestyle is understood through creation and introduction of religious differences and determines the perception of Islam as different from the European values. This fact affects acceptance of the lifestyle as a legitimization of religious subjectness. The conclusion is made that the difficulty of integrating the Muslims into the European community consists in substitution of social issues for ethnocultural and ethnoreligious variety.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5s4p503


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