Volume 2, Issue 12 (9-2015)                   CPAP 2015, 2(12): 145-158 | Back to browse issues page


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Asadian S, Ghotbi S, Shairi M R. Preliminary Design, Modesty Model-Based on Interpretation of the Quran and Comparison with the Psychology of Shame. CPAP. 2015; 2 (12) :145-158
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-980-en.html

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The fundamental purpose of present study was to determine the dimensions of shame in Quran with a glance to the psychology of shame and achievement of initial model of modesty based on interpretation of Koranic verses. This research project follows a discretional design of library –document type ,so initially based on the terminology modesty, all related verses in the Quran examined and then the preliminary model was drawn based on the interpretation of the Koranic verses.

Research findings were the following points: 1) The word "modesty" is not mentioned in the Quran exactly the same way but "estehya’" from the root of" H  y   y" in various forms has been used 10 times 2) modesty shows as a fundamental feature of two ranges which is connected to the standards of God's attributes on the one hand and on the other hand is in contact with the wisdom and divine internalized standards. This property is self-protection and due to two factors of gender and condition, can be revealed based on multiple methods in the area of the body and its behavior .3)The great similarity of modesty and shame is that they are considered more fundamental structures of many other behaviors. The basic distinction is that the fundamental criteria referred to in modesty can be traced to religious criteria, while in psychology of shame these criteria are taken from the social and cultural conditions. 4) A preliminary model of modesty based on understanding of the Koranic verses will bring up Modesty as fundamental features of self-protection by monitoring the Lord, and according to personal and social circumstances in the body and spirit ranges.

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