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Author Sloane-White, Patricia, author.

Title Corporate Islam : sharia and the modern workplace / Patricia Sloane-White (University of Delaware).

Published Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2017.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (xii, 236 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-232) and index.
Contents 1 Corporate Islam: An Introduction -- Islam and Modern Capitalism -- Corporate Islam and the ''Islamic Economy'' -- From Malay Entrepreneurs to Corporate Enterprises The Rise of the Sharia Generation -- What Is Sharia? -- What Is Sharia in Malaysia? -- The Progression of Islamization and ''Professionalizing'' of Sharia in Contemporary Malaysia -- Moralizing and Policing Sharia -- Public and Private Lives in Islam Sharia Paradoxes: Expansive Muamalat and Restrictive Munakahat -- The Sharia Generation and the People of Corporate Islam -- Fieldwork and an Anthropological Identity in a Changing Malaysia -- The Organization of the Book -- The Scholar-Elites of Sharia: Men of the Mosque and the Market From Medina to the Makers of Corporate Islam -- Membership in the Sharia-Advisor Elite and Its Growing Jurisdiction -- Elite Islamic and Global Pedigrees -- Gender and the Sharia-Advisor Elite -- The Rising Stars of the Corporate Sharia Elite On Elites and the Power of Islamic Rehabilitations -- 3 The Corporate Elites of Sharia -- Corporate Men of Market and the Mosque -- Rozali, Unmaking Mistakes of the Past -- Hamid, on a Hijrah to a New Era.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Cambridge Available via World Wide Web.
Notes Description based on print version record.
Other author Cambridge University Press.
Subject Islam -- Malaysia.
Muslims -- Malaysia.
Corporate culture -- Malaysia.
Local series Cambridge Books Online
ISBN 9781316875605 (electronic bk.)
1316875601 (electronic bk.)