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An Analysis of Maslahah s Development Through al-Ghazali Pre and Post al-Ghazali Periods
Hayatullah Laluddin,Mohamad Nasran Mohammad,Zuliza Mohd. Kusrin,Shofian Ahmad,Zaini Nasohah,Mohd. Zamro Muda,Md. Yazid Ahmad,Ahmad Muhammad Husni
International Business Management , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/ibm.2012.187.193
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to trace and analyze the development of maslahah as a dynamic principle of the Islamic jurisprudence of a high methodological significance. To achieve this objective, the researchers undertake an in depth study of jurists discourse on the subject, tracing various stages of its development. Both historical and analytical methods are adopted in this study. The researchers by referring to Muslim jurists discourse on maslahah in the context of the development of legal theory, derive the conclusion that maslahah initially was perceived as a notion of consideration of public welfare. However, its use in this sense was on ad hoc basis and lacked consistency. Its elaborate discussion and hence, recognition as a mature technical term materialised during the 5th century of hijrah. This can be observed clearly from the writings of Muslims jurists of pre-al-Ghazali during al-Ghazali and post-al-Ghazali periods including those of al-Ghazali s writings, himself. However, Al-Shatibi discussion of maslahah within the framework of the theory of the purposes of the law made it of remarkable and profound importance to methodological reconstruction and renewal of Islamic law.
Some Methods of Preponderance in Resolving Issues of Modern Biotechnology
Abdul Basir Mohamad,Anwar Fakhri Omar,Shofian Ahmad,Amir Husin Mohd Noor,Zaini Nasohah,Zuliza Mohd Kusrin,Ibnor Azli Ibrahim,Ahmad Muhammad Husni,Hayatullah Laluddin,Muhammad Adib Samsudin,Abdel Wadoud Moustafa Moursi,Mohd Al-Adib Samuri,Salmy Edawati Yaacob,Mat Noor Mat Zain,Zamzuri Zakaria,Muhammad Nazir Alias,Md Yazid Ahmad,Mohd Zamro Muda,Mohd Nasran Mohamad,Siti Fairuz Binti Sujak
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2012.4086.4093
Abstract: The development of modern biotechnological plants through genetic engineering techniques is a method to improve the quality of crops in terms of quality and quantity. However, the debate among scientists and Muslim scholars in regarding with public interest and public corruption as to plant products that produced by modern biotechnology which is well-known now a days as Genetically Modified (GM) food is never stop. Thus, in the Islamic law there are a few methods of preponderance or predominance which could be used in order to find out the best way out of confusion in certain cases for legal rulings, especially in the cases relating to GM food. The objectives of this study are to examine the considerations of maslahah and mafsadah in purposes of Islamic law in relating to issues of modern biotechnology and to elucidate the methods of preponderance as well. It is important to understand here is everything that existed on this earth whether it occurs naturally or is present through the efforts of research and human expertise, all have benefits or advantages and risks or disadvantages. In the view of Islamic law if a biotechnological product is produced by hybrid efforts of using unlawful genes it is certainly clear can be categorized as illegal to be consumed then it becomes forbidden. But however, there are many products that are produced through biotechnological processes are unclearly able to decide easily whether they are lawful or unlawful for consumption by consumers. As such, a few methods laid down in this study are the first attempt to give a way out of difficulties for easily making legal rulings in this issue. So, it is hoped that the substance of this study will give an initial guidance for Muslim scholars to make legal judgment if they are facing the issues of GM food.
Mohd Shaladdin Muda
Australian Journal of Business and Management Research , 2011,
Abstract: Majority of research into the World Class Manufacturing (WCM) has taken a universalistic approach and has developed general models covering all aspects of manufacturing management. Whilst there has been some research that suggests that appropriate best practice procedures are contingent upon company type, none of this research has tried to develop a detailed WCM model for the make to order (MTO) sector. Given the complex nature of the MTO sector, it could be argued that it is necessary to build a WCM model for the MTO sector initially.
Comparative Study on Performance Measures and Attributes between ISO and Non-ISO Certification Companies
Mohd Zulkifli Mokhtar,Mohd Shaladdin Muda
International Journal of Business and Management , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v7n3p185
Abstract: This study surveys a sample of 162 public listed companies on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange. The study utilises eight different measures of company performance, ROA, ROE, WC, ROS, CF, TQ and EVA, and five company’s attributes, namely size, growth. capital structure, age and industrial category. The analyses revealed that ISO registered Malaysian companies outperformed their non-ISO registered counterparts during the period of this study. This study finds that ISO 9000 registered companies in Malaysia are better off than non-ISO 9000 registered companies in terms of performance measures ROA, ROS and WC, except for EVA. ISO 9000 registered companies are younger, larger, and have a higher growth and a lower capital structure than non-ISO 9000 registered companies.
Management by Principle for the Make-To-Order SME’s
Shaladdin Muda,Mohd Shaari Abd Rahman,Fauziah Abu Hasan
Asian Social Science , 2013, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v9n4p227
Abstract: This paper describes a new model developed for make-to-order (MTO) sectors namely SHEN Principles, which aims to fill a gap in the world class manufacturing (WCM) literature that concentrates on the characteristics of the larger traditional make-to-stock (MTS) sector. Using evidence from the literature, especially the MTO literature and the more comprehensive WCM models, a new principle was devised. This was then modified in the light of case study evidence collected from the four MTO companies ranging from small to medium size MTO companies. The model presented in this paper known as “SHEN Principles”, comprises of fourteen principles and categorized into four main sections for ease of reference such as generate enquiries/sales, operations and capacity, human resources and general continuous improvement. SHEN principle is a descriptive approach, with a five point progressive scale for each principle. Level one is the first step on the road to improvement and level five relates to current best practice performance. Its intended purpose is to aid MTO companies to determine their strengths and potential areas for improvement so that they can continue to be competitive in the future.
Analisis kesejahteraan hidup nelayan pesisir
Mohd Shaladdin bin Muda,Wan Abdul Aziz bin Wan Mohd Amin,Nik Wan bin Omar
Jurnal Kemanusiaan , 2006,
Abstract: Kajian ini menganalisis faktor-faktor penentu kepada kesejahteraan hidup para nelayan pesisir di daerah Kuala Terengganu. Isu mengenai kesejahteraan atau kualiti hidup nelayan menjadi sangat penting sekarang ini kerana rata-rata para nelayan pesisir termasuk dalam golongan rakyat yang miskin dan pembangunan golongan ini menjadisalah satu agenda terpenting kerajaan. Kajian ini menumpukan kepada empat aspek utama iaitu profil atau atribut nelayan, peranan kerajaan, peranan komuniti dan demografik. Aspek atribut nelayan yang merupakan penentu kepada kesejahteraan hidup terdiri daripada pendapatan, perbelanjaan, simpanan, pemilikan rumah, tanah, kenderaan, kemudahan dan peralatan nelayan, kesihatan dan pendidikan. Peranan kerajaan yang juga merupakan komponen penentu kesejahteraan hidup nelayan dilihatdari aspek prasarana, kursus dan latihan, khidmat nasihat, pemasaran, penguatkuasaan, penyelidikan dan pembangunan nelayan. Manakala peranan komuniti dilihat dari segi keamanan dan keharmonian masyarakat, semangat kerjasama, masalah sosial dan kerja-kerja kebajikan yang diusahakan oleh masyarakat setempat. Peranan komuniti dianggap sebagai moderator kepada kesejahteraan hidup nelayan setempat. Respondenkajian ini diambil secara rawak di beberapa buah kampung nelayan di sekitar Kuala Terengganu. Ujian korelasi menunjukkan sebilangan besar faktor-faktor penentu mempunyai hubungan yang signifikan dengan kesejahteran hidup nelayan.
An Entrepreneurial Transformation of Malaysian Craftmakers into Craftpreneurs: A Conceptual Study
Muhammad Abi Sofian Abdul Halim,Mohd Shaladdin Muda,Wan Abd Aziz Wan Mohd Amin
International Business and Management , 2011,
Abstract: : As the Malaysia craft industry grows and becoming more complex in business industry, entrepreneurship draw more attention to the need for emphasizing on craftmakers, especially for those who are involved in small and medium enterprise. Craftmakers should think in a context of entrepreneurship to shift their paradigm on operations management and strategies their business in facing the challenges of competitive market. A good craftpreneurs are not totally depends on the product philosophy and esthetic value of their producing, however, it is emphasizes on how to utilize the minimum resources to fulfill the maximum requirement of consumer towards the product demand in a market. Hence, this conceptual study reveals that the transformation process becomes essential to translate the activity of craftmakers in craft traditions into higher personality in craftpreneursas well as in craft industry. Additionally, this study also attempts to recognize the combination of previous models which are support the transformation process, there are; AIDA concept (attention, interest, desire, action) and ASK model (attitude, skill, knowledge). As a solution, these models were given a clear picture to describe the transformation process of craftmakers into craftpreneurs, in term of independent, motivation, creative, innovative, and business appreciation. Key words: Craftmaker; Craftpreneur; Entrepreneurship; Craft industry; Transformation process; Conceptual study
A Predictive Determinant of Quality of Life among Homestay Program Participants in Malaysia
Aziz Amin,Ahmad Munir Mohd Salleh,Mohd Shaladdin Muda,Yahaya Ibrahim
Asian Social Science , 2013, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v9n3p33
Abstract: Tourism industry in Malaysia had become very crucial and important in the era of globalization in the 21st century. In Malaysia, tourism is the second largest contributor to the economy after the manufacturing sector. In 2008, the numbers of tourists recorded 22.05 million and tourism had contributed RM49.6 billion (USD13.4 billion) in revenue. Apart from that the total receipts of RM6.3 million had contributed by the homestay program through 68,416 domestic visitors and 23,117 foreign visitors. Therefore the main objective of this study is to identify the predictive determinant of quality of life, government role and attitude that influenced the general well-being amongst the homestay participant. A total of 306 samples was taken from the Homestay Program participants and the data was processed and analyzed using the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS). Among the analysis is a reliability test, descriptive and inferential analysis. The growth of the home stay program has provided huge opportunities for the human development. These include positive impact to the rural socioeconomic development, social capital development, as well as increase the quality of life among participants in the homestay program.
Safety Culture in Combating Occupational Safety and Health Problems in the Malaysian Manufacturing Sectors
Noor Aina Amirah,Wan Izatul Asma,Mohd Shaladdin Muda,Wan Abd Aziz Wan Mohd Amin
Asian Social Science , 2013, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v9n3p182
Abstract: Rapid economic growth via industrialization has given not only a significant impact in terms of income distributions and quality of life, but it also resulted in increasing number of accidents at workplace. In reducing risk at the workplace, Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) is an important aspect. It is a standard which are set in legislation with the aim to eliminate and reduce hazards at workplace. Besides OSH, the term of ‘safety culture’ is also an important aspect in reducing risk and accident at workplace. This paper highlights the problems in the Malaysian manufacturing industries namely the high accident rate in manufacturing industries which may be due to lack of safety culture and non-compliance of the Malaysian Occupational Safety and Health Act’s (OSHA’s) requirements which may inadvertently led to lack of safety culture. The existence of these problems shows that workers’ and employers’ behaviour and compliance to OSHA will lead to positive safety culture which in turn will lead to reduction of accidents rate in the manufacturing industries in Malaysia.
Journal of Sustainability Science and Management , 2011,
Abstract: This paper explores the emergence and possibilities of sustainable entrepreneurship as a new field of knowledge in the Malaysian craft industry. Fundamentally, the paper focusses on assessing the relationship between entrepreneurial motivation in sustainable entrepreneurship involving business commitment and growth. This research used a path-model survey to acquire the causal relationships and multiple regressions to verify the R-square with data derived from 380 craftpreneurs in Kraftangan Malaysia. The results found that the first layer of the path-diagram indicated 37.8% of variance in growth performance was determined by factors involving entrepreneurial motivation and business commitment, and 43.3% of business commitment was determined by factors involving entrepreneurial motivation. The findings imply that business commitment emerges as a prominent intermediary and moderating variable in discerning the relationship between sustainable entrepreneurial motivation and growth performance. Finally, the results also imply that entrepreneurial motivation is a crucial factor in developing sustainable entrepreneurship, involving business commitment and growth.
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