Measuring Religiosity and Its Effects on Personal Well-Being: A Case Study of Muslim Female Academicians in Malaysia

@article{Achour2014MeasuringRA,
  title={Measuring Religiosity and Its Effects on Personal Well-Being: A Case Study of Muslim Female Academicians in Malaysia},
  author={M. Achour and Fadila Grine and M. R. Mohd Nor and Mohd Yakub Zulkifli MohdYusoff},
  journal={Journal of Religion and Health},
  year={2014},
  volume={54},
  pages={984-997}
}
This study seeks to measure religiosity in an Islamic context and to assess its effects on the personal well-being of Muslims. The determinants of religiosity included under this research are prayer, beliefs, and worship. This research also attempts to examine the coping strategies Muslims use to deal with life problems and changes such as prayer, supplication, trust and reliance on God, remembrance of death, and concept of life after death. Today, many scales of religiosity are being put into… Expand

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