Predicting The Intention for Waqf Education Among Polytechnic Staff in Malaysia
Keywords:waqf education, attitude, subjective norm, perceived behavioural control, , knowledge, religiosity, Theory Planned Behavioural, TPB, Waqf, education, polytechnic
Waqf education is a unique model and an innovation of the Islamic social finance system. It is considered a promising platform to overcome economic inequality and enhance the wellbeing of the people in many areas, including socio-economic, education, and health. Therefore, it is necessary to analyses the underlying factors that can influence waqf education contribution among the public. This research summaries the findings of a survey on the determinant’s factors of waqf education contribution intention from the perspective of Malaysian Polytechnic’s staff. The empirical factors found were attitude, subjective norm, perceived behavioral control, knowledge, and religiosity. Malaysian Premier Polytechnic were chosen as research population namely Polytechnic Premier Ungku Omar, Polytechnic Premier Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah (PSA) and Polytechnic Premier Ibrahim Sultan (PIS). A survey was conducted and data from 180 respondents from various backgrounds received. An analysis was carried out to test the relationship between independent variables as well as leaning variables. The analysis was conducted using non-parametric tests namely Kruskal Wallis H-Test. Based on the obtained results, it is suggested that all independent variables, namely attitude, subjective norms, perceived behaviour control, knowledge, and religiosity, have significant relationships with the intention to contribute waqf education. In the conclusion, the author suggests several ideas for progressing waqf education in Malaysia.
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