• Iis Janisa


Consumptive behavior can bring adverse effects on the Indonesian economy,
especially if viewed from the micro economy. Consumptive behavior is a tendency
of someone who excessively behave in buying something or buying unplanned.
Islam has banned consumptive behavior because it can lead to waste.
Consumption in the perception of Islam is an effort to meet the needs of both
physical and spiritual so as to maximize the function of humanity as a servant of
Allah SWT to obtain prosperity or happiness in the world and the hereafter.
Consumption behavior in accordance with the provisions of Allah and Rasulullah
SAW will ensure a more prosperous human life.
The purpose of this research is to find and develop and test the consumer
behavior of Langsa City in the micro economy of sharia. The type of research
used is field research, with qualitative descriptive method. Research respondents
who became interviewees were the people of Langsacity, amounting to 10 people.
The results showed that Langsa City Society showed behavior that has lead to
consumptive behavior. Consumtive behavior of the city of Langsa is influenced by
3 factors, namely purchases made because it wants to look different that others,
follow the trend, and environmental factors and modern lifestyle. While the
aspects of consumer behavior of Langsa City society is the aspect of impulsive
purchasing, the aspect of the purchase is not rational, and the purchasing aspect
is excessive (wasteful).

How to Cite
JANISA, Iis. PERILAKU KONSUMTIF MASYARAKAT KOTA LANGSA DITINJAU SECARA EKONOMI MIKRO SYARIAH. Lentera (Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies), [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, nov. 2018. ISSN 2654-9220. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 25 june 2019.