From Jāmi' ah to University

@article{Alatas2006FromJA,
  title={From Jāmi' ah to University},
  author={Syed Farid Alatas},
  journal={Current Sociology},
  year={2006},
  volume={54},
  pages={112 - 132}
}
Sociology has a role to play in the development of multiculturalism and, therefore, the facilitation of interreligious dialogue. Multiculturalism does not merely refer to the coexistence of a plurality of cultures but is a social context that encourages the possibilities for harmonious interactions of different cultures. Sociology may contribute in meaningful ways to multiculturalism by the thematic development of a number of areas concerning the study of societies and civilizations. This… 
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