Designing the Prohibitive Model of the Corruption Based on the Islamic Doctrines

Seyed Mahdi Alvani, Mahdi Eslampanah


The study aimed to design the prohibitive model of the corruption based on the Islamic doctrines. The purposes of the study included designing and testing the model. The research has used the mixed method (qualitative-quantitative) from expletory type. The statistical population (79 people) consisted of the managers of four headquarters of the anti-corruption committee of industry, mine and commerce.  Cochran’s sample size formula demonstrated 65 people.  The researcher-made questionnaire was used to collect the data. The validity of the questionnaire was measured and confirmed by some professors and masters of Islamic sciences and seminary (who have reached the juridical –religious leadership) and the managers of the anti-corruption (who have acted in the field for 10 years). The reliability of the questionnaire has been estimated %77 through Cronbach's Alpha coefficient. To analyze and obtain the final model, the analysis test of the structural equations (PLS software) was used. The results show that the effect of the exaltation on the prohibition of the corruption, of the prohibition on conflict, and of the exaltation on the treatment through the prohibition are 0.694(9.592), 0.431(2.762), 0.692(10.31), respectively. All of them indicate a significant relation. The effect of the moral and spiritual qualities on the solving mechanism, on the controlling mechanism, on the selective - professional mechanism, on the structural mechanism, on the tact, and on the avoidance of the avarice have been evaluated 0.426 (3.922), 0.691 (12.248), 0.690 (11.215), 0.653 (11.825), respectively. Consequently, the factors of the exaltation and avoidance have most effect on the prohibition of the corruption.

Keywords: designing a model, prohibition, avoidance, corruption, exaltation, Islamic doctrines.

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