Attitude towards women amongst a sample of South African Muslim males.
The purpose of this study was to investigate age, education and level of religiosity as correlates of attitudes toward women amongst a sample of South African Muslim men. The study was conducted with 118 randomly selected South African Muslim males. A biographical questionnaire, the Islamic Attitude Toward Women Scale (Khalid, 2004) and the Religiosity Measures Questionnaire developed by Rohrbaugh & Jessor in 1975 (Hill & Hood, 1999) were used to collect data. The findings revealed that age was significantly related to attitudes towards women. Education and level of religiosity were found to have no significant relationship with attitude towards women.