Creative Spirituality from the Islamic Perspective: Practices Amongst Students of a Product Development Competition


  • Anita Ismail



Islam, Creative Spiritually, Product Development


The purpose of this paper is to investigate the state of creative spirituality on product development among students who participated in the Islamic Innovation Student Competition (i-REKA) 2017 at Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM). The study employed the quantitative approach through a survey instrument design. Data were collected using questionnaires, and the constructs used were developed from prior research and previously-tested for reliability. A total of 147 questionnaires were analysed from the respondents in this study. Descriptive statistics were used to analyse the characteristics of the respondents, including frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation, while the multivariate technique which was employed was regression. The findings revealed that significant relationships exist in the state of creative spirituality among students of the products development competition. These findings may provide a distinctive perspective on the concept of creative spirituality and product development, and its necessity in the Islamic educational system for the contemporary modern era.


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Author Biography

Anita Ismail

Centre of Core Studies, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia



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How to Cite

Ismail, A. (2019). Creative Spirituality from the Islamic Perspective: Practices Amongst Students of a Product Development Competition. Journal of Fatwa Management and Research, 13(1), 386-393.



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