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Yogyakarta: Student Library. Endah, NH Journal of Development Economics, 22 1 , Consumer behavior, 8th ed. New York: Dryder.

Farhan, F. Factors affecting Muslim students awareness of halal products in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.

Gribble, J. The challenge of Attaining the demographic dividend.

Hassan, Haji Nik Mustapha Nik. Consumer Behavior Theory from Islamic Perspective. Ikim Journal, 4 1 : Hushari, Ahmad al. Tarikh al-Fiqh al-Islami. As Beirut: Daar al-Jiil. Issa, ZM, Hamdan, H.

Interdiciplinary contemporarry Journal of Research in Busines, 1 7 : Journal of Islamic Marketing, 7 1 , Adolescent religious commitment does matter? A reexamination of the effects of religiosity on delinquency. Journal of Research in Crime and delinquency. Khan, M.

Essay-Essays Islamic Economics. Translators: Suherman Rosyidi.

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Jakarta: Rajawali Pers. Khalek, AA Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, September , The Idea of the Muslim World: A Global Intellectual History. Harvard University Press, When President Barack Obama visited Cairo in to deliver an address to Muslims worldwide, he followed in the footsteps of countless politicians who have taken the existence of a unified global Muslim community for granted. How did this belief arise, and why is it so widespread?

The Idea of the Muslim World searches for the intellectual origins of a mistaken notion and explains its enduring allure for non-Muslims and Muslims alike. Conceived as the antithesis of Western Christian civilization, the idea of the Muslim world emerged in the late nineteenth century, when European empires ruled the majority of Muslims.

It was inflected from the start by theories of white supremacy, but Muslims had a hand in shaping the idea as well. Aydin reveals the role of Muslim intellectuals in envisioning and essentializing an idealized pan-Islamic society that refuted claims of Muslims' racial and civilizational inferiority.

After playing a key role in the politics of the Ottoman Caliphate, the idea of the Muslim world survived decolonization and the Cold War, and took on new force in the late twentieth century. Standing at the center of both Islamophobic and pan-Islamic ideologies, the idea of the Muslim world continues to hold the global imagination in a grip that will need to be loosened in order to begin a more fruitful discussion about politics in Muslim societies today.

Robinson, Chase F. Islamic Civilization in Thirty Lives: The First 1, Years. University of California Press, Religious thinkers, political leaders, lawmakers, writers, and philosophers have shaped the 1,year-long development of the world's second-largest religion.

But who were these people? What do we know of their lives and the ways in which they influenced their societies? Robinson draws on the long tradition in Muslim scholarship of commemorating in writing the biographies of notable figures, but he weaves these ambitious lives together to create a rich narrative of Islamic civilization, from the Prophet Muhammad in the seventh century to the era of the world conquerer Timur and the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II in the fifteenth.

What emerges is a fascinating portrait of rich and diverse Islamic societies. An illuminating read for anyone interested in learning more about this often-misunderstood civilization, this book creates a vivid picture of life in all arenas of the pre-modern Muslim world. Islamic Civilization in Thirty Lives.

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Peel, J. Christianity, Islam, and Orisa-Religion: Three Traditions in Comparison and Interaction.

The Yoruba of southwestern Nigeria are exceptional for the copresence among them of three religious traditions: Islam, Christianity, and the indigenous orisa religion.

For over years, the Yoruba have straddled two geocultural spheres: These two external spheres were the source of contrasting cultural influences, notably those emanating from the world religions.

However, the Yoruba not only imported Islam and Christianity but also exported their own orisa religion to the New World. Before the voluntary modern diaspora that has brought many Yoruba to Europe and the Americas, tens of thousands were sold as slaves in the New World, bringing with them the worship of the orisa.

Peel offers deep insight into important contemporary themes such as religious conversion, new religious movements, relations between world religions, the conditions of religious violence, the transnational flows of contemporary religion, and the interplay between tradition and the demands of an ever-changing present. In the process, he makes a major theoretical contribution to the anthropology of world religions.

Sarfati, Yusuf. Religious Authority in Turkey: Hegemony and Resistance.

Baker Institute for Public Policy, In this paper, I first summarize the results of an original survey on religious authority in Turkey and discuss how much credibility and trust Turkish citizens confer to different public figures as sources of religious authority.

Turkey politvostok , Islam politvostok. Frank, Allen J. Bukhara and the Muslims of Russia: Sufism, Education, and the Paradox of Islamic Prestige.

For Muslims in Russia Bukhara's prestige was manifested in genealogies, fashion, and in the elevated legal status of Bukharan communities in Russia. The historical relationship of Russia's Muslim communities with Bukhara was founded above all on Bukhara's reputation as a holy city of Islam, an abode of great Sufis, and a center of Islamic scholarship.

The emergence of Islamic reformism critiquing Bukhara's sacred status, led by Tatar scholars who were trained in Bukhara, created a number of paradoxes.

The symbol of Bukhara became an important feature in theological and political debates among Russia's Muslims. CentralAsia politvostok , Uzbekistan politvostok , Islam politvostok , Sufism politvostok , Eurasia politvostok. Kane, Eileen.

Russian Hajj: Empire and the Pilgrimage to Mecca. Cornell University Press, In the late nineteenth century, as a consequence of imperial conquest and a mobility revolution, Russia became a crossroads of the hajj, the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca.

To support the hajj as a matter of state surveillance and control was controversial, given the preeminent position of the Orthodox Church.

Dr. Murniati Mukhlisin, M.Acc.

But nor could the hajj be ignored, or banned, due to Russia's policy of toleration of Islam. As a cross-border, migratory phenomenon, the hajj stoked officials' fears of infectious disease, Islamic revolt, and interethnic conflict, but Kane innovatively argues that it also generated new thinking within the government about the utility of the empire's Muslims and their global networks.

Russian Hajj reveals for the first time Russia's sprawling international hajj infrastructure, complete with lodging houses, consulates, "Hejaz steamships," and direct rail service.Israeli Occupation and the Intifada Generation: Piety and Pragmatism.

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