TOC: J Islamic Mar


Journal of Islamic Marketing, 6(3)

Perceived versus actual knowledge of alcohol and halal food among food technology undergraduate students in a Malaysian university
Anis Najiha Ahmad, Tajul A. Yang and Wan Nadiah Wan Abdullah [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Exploring implicit and explicit attitude toward saving at Islamic bank
Wahyu Tri Setyobudi, Sudarso Kaderi Wiryono, Reza Ashari Nasution and Mustika Sufiati Purwanegara [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

‘Sharia on a Plate?’ A critical discourse analysis of halal food in two Norwegian newspapers
Paul Thomas and Amina Selimovic [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Barriers and enablers in adopting of Halal warehousing
Abdul Hafaz Ngah, Yuserrie Zainuddin and Ramayah Thurasamy [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Is there a market for Istihalah food product in Indonesia?: Knowledge, attitude and practices toward Istihalah among student in an Indonesian university
Aadam T. Aris, Wahidu Zzaman, Tajul A. Yang and K.V. Harivaindaran [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

An extension of Aaker’s brand personality model from Islamic perspective: a conceptual study
Muhammad Ahmed and Muhammad Tahir Jan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Understanding trust & commitment of individual saving customers in Islamic banking: The role of ego involvement
Sik Sumaedi, Rosa P Juniarti and I Gede Mahatma Yuda Bakti [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Bringing Islamic tradition back to management development: A new Islamic Dawah based framework to foster workplace ethics
Muhammad Kashif, Ernest Cyril De Run, Mohsin Abdul Rehman and Hiram Ting [Publisher] [Google Scholar]