Development of Creative Industries Training Towards Sharia Economic Empowerment In Bilalangnge Community, Parepare City, South Sulawesi
Fikri Lahafi (),
Syahriyah Semaun and
Zalina Abdul Rahim
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Fikri Lahafi: Sharia and Islamic Economy, IAIN Parepare Jl. Amal Bakti No.8 Kota Parepare, Indonesia
Agus Muchsin: Sharia and Islamic Economy, IAIN Parepare Jl. Amal Bakti No.8 Kota Parepare, Indonesia
Syahriyah Semaun: Sharia and Islamic Economy, IAIN Parepare Jl. Amal Bakti No.8 Kota Parepare, Indonesia
Malaysian E Commerce Journal (MECJ), 2019, vol. 3, issue 2, 33-35
This study discusses the development of creative industries training to sharia economic empowerment of bilalangnge community, parepare city which mainly consist of two problems: 1) the process of the development of creative industries in bilalangnge community; and 2) economic change and economic strengthening through creative industry training in bilalangnge community. the approach used is qualitative descriptive analysis method. the data were obtained through observations and interviews in bilalangnge community. the results showed that the process of creative industry activities as an effort to empower the economy in the bilalangnge community was to motivate and change the construction of thinking that the lazy community to be more creative in developing the economy. changes and economic strength in the bilalangnge community is an increase in income every day, become prosperous after carrying out training, becoming a skilled worker, and have the ability to manage product marketing effectively and efficiently.
Keywords: development; creative industries training; sharia economic empowerment; flower arrangement (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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