Building Family Resilience in the Face of Digital Economic Transition in the Global Recession Era through Islamic Family Law Approach
The digital age is fundamentally changing global economic governance, creating new opportunities and presenting new challenges in terms of economic transition and family resilience. In a situation of global recession, the digital economic transition is becoming increasingly important as significant economic shifts and changes can affect family stability and resilience. This research aims to provide an understanding of the role of Islamic family law in building family resilience to the digital economic transition in the era of global recession. This research analyzes how the concepts of family resilience, digital economic transition and global recession in an Islamic perspective, the impact of digital economic transition in the era of global recession on family resilience, and how Islamic Family Law builds family resilience against digital economic transition in the era of global recession. This research is a qualitative research with data collection using literature review techniques. The data used in this research comes from secondary data. This research uses content analysis as a data analysis technique and deductive concepts in making conclusions. The results of this research show that the Islamic family law approach has an important role in building family resilience from the impact of the digital economic transition in the era of global recession. The principles of justice, economic responsibility, education, solidarity, and balance between the world and the hereafter taught in Islam can help families face economic challenges wisely and with dignity.