Muhammad and the Rise of Islam: The Creation of Group Identity

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Psychosocial Press, 2001 - Psychology - 266 pages
Using a multidisciplinary approach that utilizes psychoanalysis and normative sociology, the author discusses the implications for the theory and study of groups and group formation in history via the life and work of Muhammad, warrior, statesman, and Messenger of God, and the development and rise of Islam during his lifetime.

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A Psychosocial
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The Links
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Theories of Group Formation
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