Religious Coping and Mental Well-being: A Systematic Review on Muslim University Students

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Zartashia Kynat Javaid
Saman Naeem
Syeda Sahar Haroon
Sidra Mobeen
Nida Ajmal


This systematic review analyzes the peculiarity of religious coping among Muslim university students older than 18 and its effect on mental well-being. Targets of the review incorporate characterizing and sorting religious coping techniques, investigating their relationship with different psychological variables, researching directing and interceding factors, and evaluating suggestions. 10 studies were analyzed. In order examine the frequency, intensity, and types of religious coping different strategies were utilized in these studies. Methodological analysis revealed that data were gathered from a diverse sample of Muslim university students utilizing the quantitative surveys. Findings uncovered a range of religious coping methods, with positive methodologies connecting with lower mental disturbances and pessimistic techniques related with expanded pressure. Gender, religiosity, and cultural background were recognized as directing factors, while coping, self-adequacy and social help arose as critical arbiters. Social and relevant elements impacted adapting ways of coping behaviors, highlighting the significance of custom fitted intercessions. Suggestions for training incorporate the arrangement of socially touchy directing administrations, instructive drives, family and local area backing, and strategy proposals.  Generally speaking, this review adds to understanding the intricacies of religious coping among Muslim university students and features the requirement for complete help systems to advance their encompassing prosperity inside distinct cultural and religious settings.

Keywords:  Religious Coping, Mental Well-being, Systematic Review, Muslim, University students.

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