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Transfer of Profession in Islamic Perspectives: Analysis of Behavior Changes Towards Life Change

Panggayudi, Dwi Songgo (2019) Transfer of Profession in Islamic Perspectives: Analysis of Behavior Changes Towards Life Change. Saudi Journal of Business and Management Studies, 4 (3). pp. 222-228. ISSN 2415-6663

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        One effort to improve competence and provide opportunities to develop employees is to provide a competitive remuneration package. The purpose of this study is to understand and uncover the behavior of Seafarers in shipping companies. Seafarers who take over professions. The approach of this research is qualitative methods, with the model of the fenomological approach (Alfraed Schutz), religious phenomenology, conventional (Bogdan Biken) and IFIAS which see social behavior as behavior oriented to the past, present and future of someone who has switched professions. The results of this study show about seaman behavior. 1. Behavior change is formed by predisposing factors, enabling factors, driving factors and information factors, 2. Transfer of aspirational professions and religiosity in pursuing life as a form of career and professional motivation, 3. For seafarers age is a very strategic consideration, where in his life he has left all the life of his social interaction in the general public, 4. The profession has experienced the initial conditions of a high tension of life caused by desire and anxiety, 5. Transfer of the profession done by someone due to a different social status with others. Keywords: Profession Transfer, Behavior Change, Age

        Item Type: Article
        Subjects: H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor
        Divisions: Jurnal > Fakultas Teknik
        Depositing User: DWI SONGGO PANGGAYUDI
        Date Deposited: 29 Apr 2019 12:14
        Last Modified: 25 Jun 2019 09:00

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