The West has seen the rise of the organic movement. In the Muslim
world, a similar halal movement is rapidly spreading. Malaysia is at the forefront of this new global phenomenon. Exploring consumption practices in urban Malaysia, this book shows how diverse forms of Malay middle-class consumption (of food, clothing and cars, for example) are understood, practised and contested as a particular mode of modern Islamic practice.
Proper Islamic Consumption: Shopping among the Malays in Modern Malaysia
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