Contemporary Islamic economic studies on Maqasid Shari’ah: a systematic literature review,Fiat money: from the current Islamic finance scholars' perspectives,Management and supervisory support as a moderator of work-family demands and women’s well-being: a case study of Muslim female academicians in Malaysia,Maqasid Al-Shari'ah-based performance measurement for Halal industry,Spirituality and subjective wellbeing: living a fulfilled life without falling into the trap of consumer culture,The customers’ Islamic ethical behavior: the case of Malaysian Islamic banks,The impact of workplace spirituality on organizational commitment: a case study of Takaful agents in Malaysia,The relationship of Muslims with non-Muslims based on the concept of muwalat (loyalty) in the Qur?an: a contextual analytical study
Contemporary Issues in Islamic Studies for Global Well-being - Part II Description
Contemporary Issues in Islamic Studies for Global Well-being - Part II
This Special Issue of the international journal that singularly develops the distinctive field of ethics as relational organism of unity between multidisciplinary diversity comprising the individual and culture embedded with multidiscplinary sociality, has reflected some such issues. The field selected is the socio-religious one. Yet the applied ideas of such socio-religious values, norms, and practicality are conceptualized and exemplified. The imminent wellbeing criterion thereby assumes an explanatory perspective of social becoming. It thereby carries relational ethical relevance. The derived social becoming invokes a methodology and resultant formal model that together comprise a functional wellbeing criterion for the comprehensive perspective of human empowerment, potentiality, and possibility. The assumption here is that, indeed the moral and ethical human capability is possible across diversity of people and their interactive systems. Codetermination of useful social norms contrary to social differentiation thus defines the wellbeing criterion objective.