Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Date of this Version

Fall 12-10-2021


This study was conducted to review the perception of Islamic libraries in Indonesia within the scope of Islamic economics in terms of scientific research in published journals that discuss the development of Islamic libraries. The method used is descriptive statistical analysis with meta-analysis and sentiment analysis from secondary data in the form of 43 published and Scopus-indexed papers in the last 32 years, then processed using Microsoft Excel 2016 software and SentiStrength. The results show that research on Islamic libraries in the scientific literature has increased. The sentiment analysis results show a tendency for good perceptions in the scientific literature of the existence of Islamic libraries, with the high positive sentiment of 5%, positive at 47%, then neutral sentiment at 43% and the remaining negative sentiment at 5%. This research is the first to discuss the sentiment analysis of Islamic library theme research with primary data.