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Textbooks are considered as an important part of any course so the selection of the most appropriate book for a particular context requires careful investigation. The content in the textbook should be persuasive enough to motivate all students to fit the skills necessary for a respected society. This study was conducted with the objectives to identify the content of the Islamic Studies textbook that promotes Social Ethics including community links, responsible citizen and awareness to follow law and to propose suggestions to improve the content on Social Ethics in Islamic studies textbook. It was a qualitative study and content analyses method was adopted. This study was delimited to the content analysis on Social Ethics including community links, problem awareness and awareness to follow law in Islamic Studies textbook of 9-10th class published by Punjab Curriculum & Textbook Board (PCTB) Pakistan for the academic year 2018–2019. The results showed that textbooks need to improve most of the areas regarding the student's social ethics development in Pakistan.
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