The Relationship Between Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Religious Commitment in Choosing Shariah Compliant Hospital in Malaysia
Keywords:religiosity, shariah compliance hospital, RCI-10.
Religion and religiosity are frequently explored topics in consumer behavior. It demonstrates how religion influences both individual and society views and behaviors. Religiosity has two dimensions: intrapersonal and interpersonal. It is one of the most influential variables in people's lives. This study aims to identify the level of intrapersonal and interpersonal religious commitment among respondents and the relationship between their religious commitment and choosing a shariah compliance hospital. This quantitative research involved 30 samples from OUM academic staff. The Religious Commitment Inventory (RCI-10) developed by Worthington et al. (2003) was used to assess this religiosity. A 5-point Likert scale was used to assess each construct's items. According to the findings of this study, the respondents have a high level of intrapersonal and interpersonal religious commitment, and there is a strong relationship between intrapersonal and interpersonal religious commitment. The study also found that religious commitment and choosing a Shariah Compliance Hospital have a significant moderate relationship.
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