Awareness of Students at Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University of the Requirements of Married Life in the Light of Social Changes and Methods of Deepening It in Accordance with an Islamic Educational Vision

Abstract

This study aims to identify the level of students’ awareness at Imam Muhammad bin Saud University of the requirements of married life in the light of social changes and suggested methods to deepen this awareness (according to the Islamic educational vision) from their own perspective. In this study, the researcher used the descriptive approach with a survey research method, depending on questionnaires to collect data, which he applied to students of College of Sharia in Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University, as well as, students in the fields of Sociology, Social Work, and Psychology in the College of Social Sciences. The findings of the study revealed that students are aware of the requirements of married life concerning mutual rights. In addition, female students are aware of the rights of both husband and wife. The level of awareness of the aforementioned is moderate; students have also shown a moderate level of awareness about dealing with matrimonial disputes. Female respondents are more aware than male respondents of the requirements of married life, the study has illustrated that there are no differences in awareness between married and unmarried students in this regard. Finally, the respondent’s field of study has no impact on the level of awareness of the requirements of married life. Moreover, this study indicated that the methods suggested deepening the awareness of students of the requirements of married life at Imam Muhammad bin Saud University in the light of social changes (in accordance with Islamic Education) from their own perspective have gained a moderate degree of approval.