THE EFFECT OF MORAL NORM AND RELIGIOSITY TOWARDS INTENTION TO CONTRIBUTE IN CORPORATE WAQF
Corporate waqf has contributed a great change into the waqf system as a whole and been generally accepted as a way of waqf practice. However, the literature that discusses about the factors influencing people to contribute or involve in this practice is very limited. Prior to action, intention is taken place. Therefore, this study aims to examine the factors influencing people’s intention to contribute in corporate waqf, particularly to the employees of Majlis Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan (MAIWP), based on the proposed factors which are religiosity and moral norm. A set of a questionnaire was constructed in order to measure the validity of those factors towards people’s intention in contributing for corporate waqf. The result of this study found that the factors of religiosity and moral norm were significantly related to intention to contribute in corporate waqf among people.
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