CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOR AND ITS COMPARISON IN ISLAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES
Keywords:Consumption, Islam, comparison, conventional
The purpose of this study is to determine Consumption Behavior And Its Comparison In Islamic And Conventional Economic Perspectives, this research method is qualitative with descriptive analysis of the source of this research data is the publication of journals, books, newspapers and other international journals related to consumption according to Islam and conventional. In the conventional economy, consumers are assumed to have a goal to obtain (utility) in their consumption activities. Utility linguistically means usefulness, helpfulness, or advantage. In the context of economics, utility is defined as the usefulness of goods felt by a consumer when consuming a good. This usefulness can also be felt as a sense of "help" from a difficulty because of consuming the item. Because there is this feeling, utility is often interpreted as a sense of satisfaction or satisfaction felt by a consumer in consuming an item. So, satisfaction and utility are the consequences that utility causes. In Islam, the purpose of consumption is not the concept of utility but benefit. The attainment of the maslahah is the goal of maqashid shari'ah.