Impact of Religion on Business & Economics


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Religion is best defined as:

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1. In regions where observant or conservative _____ are a major customer segment, the inventories of clothing retailers should include religious dress for females that may include a Burqua, Niqab, Hijab, or Chador.

2. Which of these business types is most likely to face religiously-based objections to selling their product?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

See what you know about the impact of religion on business and economics. On the quiz, multiple-choice questions will cover key areas such as a definition of religion and a religion that makes use of a Burqa, Hijab or Chador.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Consider these points before taking the quiz:

  • An example of a business that might face religiously-based objections to their product
  • Religious system in India that limits the worker pool and leaves some of the population in poverty
  • Term that refers to more observant religious followers

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use your understanding of religiously-based objections and connect it to a business that is likely to be impacted by these objections
  • Defining key concepts - make sure you can accurately define 'religion'
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a religion that prefers clothing like a Chador, Hijab or Burqa

Additional Learning

For further study on religion and its social influences, you can review the lesson named Impact of Religion on Business & Economics. These topics will be highlighted:

  • Religion that teaches the pursuit of worldly things is of no value
  • Driving religious force in the Middle East, Africa and Indonesia
  • State government's laws that are associated with Christianity
  • Challenges of doing business in countries that practice Hinduism