Pengaruh motivasi mu’amalat (bekerja dan berproduksi, kebutuhan sekunder, kebutuhan primer) terhadap prestasi kerja yang religius

Chablullah Wibisono


Observing the development and growth of modern markets that is not comparable to traditional
markets and folk market, has described the tendency of secondary needs (psychological) which are
dominant, and has been proven by Consumption Patterns Survey Central Bureau of Statistics (1991-
2012). The survey shows that spending to meet the secondary needs amounted to 62.56% while for the
primary requirement of 37.44%. The order to meet the secondary needs and primary needs exist in the
Qur’an, but all of them in order to improve the achievement of the religious (pious charity) is not to
satisfaction solely. Based on a survey of consumption patterns and theories about the need for secondary
and work performance, attractive to the research, is there a need for Secondary Effect on Achievement
of the Religious? From the loading factor corfirmatory mu’amallat with second order factor Analysis is
as follows: secondary needs loading factor = 1.00 (significant). This figure shows that the needs of most
large secondary needs described by the variation of mu’amallat motivation. In other words secondary
requirement is the most powerful indicator (dominant) of mu’amallat motivation (work and production,
needs secondary, needs primary, work performance of religious).


Work and production; Secondary needs; Primary needs; Religious work performance

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