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(2017). An Analysis of the Green Product Attributes that Entice Green Purchasing- A Study Done in Bangalore City. International Journal of Asian Social Science, 7(3): 199-205. DOI: 10.18488/journal.1/2017.7.3/184.108.40.206
Attributes related to green products plays a vital role in attracting the customers. It will also help the customers to differentiate it from the conventional products. The present study aimed to find out the factors that lead the customers to identify a product as green, what is the image they have about the green product, what category of green products they usually purchase and how they give weightage to conventional product and green product based on certain factors. A total 1061 samples were employed for the study through stratified random sampling. Statistical tools like mean score and correlation analysis were used. The survey found out that people consider ‘recyclable’ symbol as an important criteria while looking into a green product. It was observed that people go for different category of green products based on the frequency of exposure they get for that particular product. Respondents feel that green products create less harm to the environment when compare to conventional products.
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The Use of Ceramic Product Derived from Non-Ḥalal Animal Bone: Is it Permissible from the Perspective of Islamic Law?
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Mohd Mahyeddin Mohd Salleh --- Nurdeng Deuraseh --- Irwan Mohd Subri --- Suhaimi Ab. Rahman --- Shuhaimi Mustafa --- Mohammad Aizat Jamaludin ---Yasmin Hanani Mohd Safian (2017). The Use of Ceramic Product Derived from Non-Ḥalal Animal Bone: Is it Permissible from the Perspective of Islamic Law?. International Journal of Asian Social Science, 7(3): 192-198. DOI: 10.18488/journal.1/2017.7.3/220.127.116.11
A ceramic product derived from the bones of non-halal animal has become an issue for Muslims in terms of its status whether it is halal or haram. The status can be determined by scrutinizing the transformation process or namely as istiḥālah either a complete change (istiḥālah kāmilah) or an incomplete change (istiḥālah ghayr kāmilah). This research used the qualitative research method via the approach of document analysis to examine various opinions of classical and current Islamic jurists on the status of using ceramic products derived from the bones of non halal animal according to the Islamic law. The research discovers an alternative method of processing ceramic products from animal bones through istiḥālah. It is a transformation of filthy or haram materials into other materials which includes physical appearance and its properties such as odor, taste and color.
This study is one of the very few studies which investigated the non-ḥalāl animal bone which has been used in ceramic products from the Sharī’ah perspective. The paper’s primary contribution is finding that established istiḥālah; a principle of transformation of filthy or haram materials into other materials, can be applied as a legal method in determining the halal or haram status of a ceramic product.