Communication is the core element to humanity which cannot survive without a healthy communication linkage. It requires deliberate or accidental methods of communication through symbolic means in order to establish relations with others humans of a society. Interpersonal communication is the way we share our conversation and attribute its meaning with others at micro and macro-level of communication process. This paper seeks to propagate the idea that Islam is a communicative religion. Allah is communicative God Who takes keen interest in the affairs of His creatures. Interpersonal communication, human interaction and societal relationships in Islam are two way processes of sharing ideas and concerns in open and free environments of devotion. The paper examines interpersonal communication from an Islamic perspective and explains how Islam deals with communication process. The paper concludes that society has a duty to enhance unity and development of the society through interpersonal communication and social relationship.
MAARIF RESEARCH JORNAL December 1st, 2014
Posted In: Issue 08, MAARIF RESEARCH JOURNAL
Communication, Islamic Perspective
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