Sharifah Zannierah Syed Marzuki

Sharifah Zannierah Syed Marzuki
Universiti Teknologi MARA | UiTM · Faculty of Business and Management

PhD in Management, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

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Publications (36)
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This study used factor analysis to investigate relationships between educator to student interactions, the relationship between students, skills to critical thinking, and motivation. Factor analysis showed that there are three factors; passion, assistance, and guidance. Meanwhile, the adequacy is 0.945 surpassing the recommended value of 0.50 using...
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In Malaysia, environmental issues are increasing and achieving environmental consciousness and business success is very challenging. The objectives of this research are to know the relationship between regulations, customer pressure and social responsibility towards expected business benefits. Convenience sampling method was conducted to companies...
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Environmental problems are becoming more prevalent not only in Malaysia but globally as well. The most serious issue that has been posted is the lack of explicit environmental protection capabilities. According to the results of this study, regulations, consumer pressure, and social responsibility have a significant association with planned market...
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The Islamic concept of halal and haram has influenced the Muslim followers from their personal life to food consumption, business operations and travelling. This chapter discusses the practices of Shariah Compliance Hotel (SCH) at De Palma Hotel, Malaysia. Islamic tourism is a new trend in the tourism industry and it is inevitable for the industry...
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Design thinking is a critical component and has a potential impact on business competitiveness. The effort should start early so that younger generations can develop their intellectual abilities to be able to think creatively and develop innovative products or services through the ideation stage until commercialization. The significance of this stu...
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The natural ecosystems are increasingly being replaced by urban built-up area due to fast urbanisation. The urban development pressure brought urban areas to the uncontrolled built environment which, in turn, significantly compromises the quality of public spaces and facilities. Furthermore, the urban environment discourages active living. Thus, re...
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The natural ecosystems are increasingly being replaced by urban built-up area due to fast urbanisation. The urban development pressure brought urban areas to the uncontrolled built environment which, in turn, significantly compromises the quality of public spaces and facilities. Furthermore, the urban environment discourages active living. Thus, re...
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There are insufficient studies that investigate the connection between human, structural and relational capital and organizational innovation in Australian SMEs in the literature. Various SMEs industries, in Australia were adapted from Business Longitudinal Database (BLD) from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). This cross-sectional study sh...
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This research is on the behavioural intention towards consumer products with diabetes friendly logo (DFL) that is based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB). It is vital to conduct this research as the global prevalence of diabetes in 2002 was estimated to be 2.8% and is expected to rise to 4.4% in 2030. The objective of this study is to find o...
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Health promoting goods and services have been recognized as one of the elements that drive healthy living and seen pivotal to reduce the number of critical illnesses. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between health concerns with attitude towards healthy food products, subjective norms, behavioral control and moral obligation...
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As Malaysia continues to grow economically, youth entrepreneurship has becoming a vital factor in ensuring a brighter future for the nation. Entrepreneurship is seen as not only the solution to unemployment but also fundamental in nurturing young people to unleash their potential to the fullest. In order to encourage young generations to embark on...
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This study focuses on halal certification from the viewpoint of Malaysian restaurant managers. The increasing demand of halal food from the Muslim and non-Muslim consumers has given a good indicator to the hospitality industry to have the eating establishments halal certified. A sample of 643 restaurant managers has been selected throughout Malaysi...
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Food eating trend of the Malaysian Muslim has undergone some shape of conversion. This phenomenon creates discomfort especially when Muslims patronize the restaurants which did not display the halal signage on the premises.
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This paper measures the hotel selection factors of Shariah Compliant Hotel (SCH) among local and international tourists with respect to importance and performance.
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Health promoting goods and services have been recognized as one of the elements that drive healthy living and seen pivotal to reduce the number of critical illnesses. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between health concerns with attitude towards healthy food products, subjective norms, behavioral control and moral obligation...
Conference Paper
This research is on the behavioural intention towards consumer products with diabetes friendly logo (DFL) that is based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB). It is vital to conduct this research as the global prevalence of diabetes in 2002 was estimated to be 2.8% and is expected to rise 4.4% in 2030. The objective of this study is to find out...
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Halal certification is very prominent to the restaurant industry in Malaysia, but the actual implementation of its standards is crucial for the comprehension of those who are unfamiliar with Islamic dietary rules. The purpose of this study is to determine the expectations of Muslim and non-Muslim restaurant entrepreneurs towards halal certification...
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The crime of Fraudulent Short Messaging Services (SMS) cases has been increasing and it was reported that it caused million losses among users worldwide. Unfortunately, some victims are not aware of these malpractices because they considered SMS as “reliable” because great prizes were offered from well-known companies. Awareness campaign could be o...
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This study focuses on halal certification from the viewpoint of Malaysian restaurant managers. The increasing demand of halal food from the Muslim and non-Muslim consumers has given a good indicator to the hospitality industry to have the eating establishments halal certified. A sample of 643 restaurant managers has been selected throughout Malaysi...
Conference Paper
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This study is on the behavioural intention towards consumer products with diabetes friendly logo that is based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB). It is vital to conduct this research as the global prevalence of diabetes in 2002 was estimated to be 2.8% and is expected to rise 4.4% in 2030. The objective of this study is to find out whether c...
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Halal certification is very important to the restaurant industry in Malaysia but the actual implementation of its standards is crucial for the comprehension of those who are unfamiliar with Islamic dietary rules. This paper determines whether there is a difference between Muslim and non Muslim restaurant manager towards halal certification. A total...
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Halal is certainly an Islamic value and also a regulation for Muslims to consume only what is permitted by Islam. As a good and obedient Muslim, we must follow the rules and regulations under Islamic law in every aspects including food consumption. Halal represents wider scope not only on the aspects of slaughtering, but until the food is ready to...
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The issues of childcare quality have been in the news and have become of concern to the working parents and the public as a whole. Reported cases of abuse and misconduct of behavior as well as negligence among childminders have alarmed the parents, therefore creating certain expectations among the parents on the quality of the childcare centers. As...
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A relevant issue pertaining to the values of Muslims dietary restriction is the concept of farm to fork that is guided by the Islamic Dietary Law. Therefore, it is important for the Muslims to know the source of food that they eat. In essence, Islamic religion inspired requirements that focused on spirituality is developed through many compositions...
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Halal certification at restaurants ensures that foods are served according to Islamic dietary laws. Halal means permitted or lawful or fit for consumption. The purpose of this study is to explore the attributes of halal certification among Malaysian restaurant managers. A national mail survey was conducted on 2,080 respondents along with 33 intervi...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the attitudes of restaurant managers toward halal certification. Design/methodology/approach – In total, 33 interview sessions were conducted among restaurant managers in halal certified, halal claimant and non‐halal restaurants and the data were coordinated into common themes. Findings – Rest...
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The purpose of this paper is to explore patterns of current consumption and production as well as to identify a better understanding the role of consumption that can reduces environmental deteriorations. Methods on how to change these consumption and production patterns to a better sustainable lifestyle are suggested. It is shown that global warmin...

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To understand the perspectives of halal certification from non-Malaysian restaurant managers.