• Dr. HM Azhar Usama
  • Dr. NabeelaFalak
  • Dr. Muhammad Farrukh
  • Dr.Abdul Rouf Zahid
  • Dr. Sayed Alam Jamal Abdussalam Hasham
  • Allah Ditta
  • Razia Sultana


This abstract provides an overview of the study that explores the concept of social equilibrium in diverse societies, focusing on the functional prerequisites that contribute to harmony and cohesion in both Islamic and Western contexts. As globalization continues to connect diverse cultures and societies, understanding the dynamics of social equilibrium becomes crucial for fostering inclusive and sustainable communities.The study employs a comparative approach, examining the key factors that influence social equilibrium in Islamic and Western societies. It delves into the cultural, historical, and religious foundations that shape social structures and interactions within these two distinct cultural frameworks.Several functional prerequisites are identified as crucial for maintaining social equilibrium in diverse societies. These include effective communication, mutual respect, cultural understanding, and institutional support for diversity. The study investigates how these prerequisites manifest and operate differently in Islamic and Western contexts, considering the unique cultural and historical backgrounds of each. Additionally, the research explores challenges and potential conflicts that may arise due to diversity within these societies. It addresses issues such as cultural stereotypes, religious misconceptions, and socio-economic disparities that can impact social equilibrium. Understanding these challenges is essential for developing strategies to promote inclusivity and social cohesion.The study employs a multidisciplinary approach, drawing on insights from sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, and religious studies to provide a comprehensive analysis. It also incorporates perspectives from individuals within both Islamic and Western societies through surveys, interviews, and case studies to capture the lived experiences and perceptions of diverse communities.


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Dr. HM Azhar Usama, Dr. NabeelaFalak, Dr. Muhammad Farrukh, Dr.Abdul Rouf Zahid, Dr. Sayed Alam Jamal Abdussalam Hasham, Allah Ditta, & Razia Sultana. (2023). SOCIAL EQUILIBRIUM IN DIVERSITY: FUNCTIONAL PREREQUISITES ACROSS ISLAMIC AND WESTERN SOCIETIES. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 20(1), 1516-1528. Retrieved from

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