The Role of religious values in achieving social solidarity Analytical study of employees working in Baiji district / within the area of Salah Al-Din Governorate (2023)
Dr. Talib Rashad Mazlowh, Dr. Saman Moheden Mohammad JCR. 2023: 52-76
This study aims to identify the role of religious values in achieving social solidarity as a study, and to present a number of results and recommendations that contribute to the mechanism of the role offered by religious principles and values in achieving social pardon to determine the level of the role offered by religious values in achieving the highest level of social solidarity The Authorer adopted the descriptive analytical approach as well as the use of the statistical program (SPSS), where this study was applied to a random sample of (222) dispersed employees in the judiciary. The study reached a set of results, the most important of which are: Religious values play an important role in the success of achieving the highest levels of social solidarity among employees working in the judiciary, in addition to the availability of religious values in an average manner in the intended studied sample, as well as the need to adopt some factors of religious values to raise the level of achieving Solidarity between judicial staff comes to the staff in the study sample, and the Author recommended a set of recommendations, the most important of which is the need to pay attention to raising the role that has been achieved The importance of religious principles by strengthening the principle of participation in goals for the benefit of the public, and the necessity of the commitment of the senior administration in the judiciary to pay attention to the tolerant religious values that achieve the highest level of social solidarity in order to educate workers and the rest of the administrative levels by adopting those values investigated in this task.
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