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Title: Influence of internet on spending leisure time among jobless Islamic family women: a study based on Sammanthurai
Authors: Hakeema Beevi, S. M.
Nathira Jahan, S.
Hilmy, H. M. A.
Keywords: Muslim women
leisure time
Issue Date: 19-Jan-2021
Publisher: Faculty of Arts and Culture South Eastern University of Sri Lanka
Citation: 9th South Eastern University International Arts Research Symposium -2020 on " Global Dimension of Social Sciences and Humanities through Research and Innovation". 19h January 2021. South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, Oluvil, Sri Lanka. p.43.
Abstract: Today the leisure time of Muslim women is spent in different ways depending on the time context. This is because of the increasing use of entertainment features among housewives as a result of technology. The study aims to assess the influence of the internet on the leisure time of Islamic non-working family women. This is a quantitative level study. This study was conducted using the first and second standard data. Data were collected among100 Muslim family women in the study area to obtain the primary data. These data were analyzed by descriptive statistics method by using MS-office Excel-2016 software. And also Divisional Secretary Division reports, books Magazines and research papers are used as secondary data. The results of this study is indicated that 80 percent of non-working Muslim women use the internet for non-Islamic purpose such as watching TV programs, engagement on movie and songs and browsing social networking sites. Finally, it has been suggested that Sammanthurai Divisional Madrasas and Masjid should set up classes and cultural foundation for the proper maintenance of Muslim women’s leisure time.
ISBN: 9789556272536
Appears in Collections:SEUIARS - 2020

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