Socialization, literacy and implementation of sharia banking products

Arini Fitria Mustapita and Arista Fauzi Kartika Sari and Dewi Diah Fakhriyyah and Ahsani Taqwiem (2021) Socialization, literacy and implementation of sharia banking products. Journal of Interdisciplinary Socio Economic and Community Study, 1 (2): 5. pp. 63-67. ISSN 2809-753X

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The banking world is currently experiencing rapid growth, new banks have emerged such as Islamic banks, so it is inevitable that a competitive and tight banking business will emerge. This service activity is expected to provide provisions for the participants to improve the Islamic economy. Understanding Islamic banking products will provide benefits for them in terms of the Islamic economy. The systematics of the implementation of this service activity is Socialization, Literacy and Implementation with the assisted subjects who are partners of this community service activity are Karang Taruna and Dinoyo Residents in Lowokwaru District, Malang City. The activity is carried out in three stages: problem identification, activity implementation, and implementation evaluation. The result of the implementation of this activity was that the participants expressed their gratitude to us for being allowed to take part in the Islamic banking literacy and socialization activities so that they could open their minds who had so far felt that conventional banks and Islamic banks were the same. This shows that the literacy and socialization of Islamic banking in society are still not active enough, so activities like this should be carried out more frequently.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Islamic banking, Socialization, Literacy, Implementation
Subjects: Economics and Business > Banking & Finance
Depositing User: Djaenudin djae Mohamad
Date Deposited: 26 May 2023 04:59
Last Modified: 26 May 2023 06:45

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