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A Study on Concepts Related to the Methods of Informing in Quran . Research on Information Science & Public Libraries. 2013; 19 (3) :329-342
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Abstract:   (5831 Views)
Purpose: The current study aims at determining concepts related to the methods of informing in Quran.
Methodology: This   study was conducted on the content analysis method. The statistical society of this research consisted of  terms  that are related to the concepts like ordering, gospel to, advertising, science,  clarifying, inviting, mentioning, prophecy , know, tales, books, Nba’, vow, revealing, advising, proscribing, homily, and conducting. 5477 verses contain terms bearing informing concepts. Based on the Morgan Chart, 356(7%) of them were randomly selected.
Findings: The term "science" is the high frequented one among others with a ratio of 74.5 percent. The other finding shows that Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) with 87 percent, performed more informing task in comparison with the other prophets. Among the terms that address audience, human beings with 42 percent is more frequented one. To thank God, implementing justice, possession of knowledge, clarifying, strong reasons, discussing, to debate in a good manner, warning and gospel to are the most common methods for informing in Quran.
Originality/values: To know the methods that Quran disseminates information leads to better understanding of Quran and helps to benefit it more
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Type of Study: quantitative | Subject: Information Retrieval
Received: 2013/11/30 | Accepted: 2013/11/30 | Published: 2013/11/30 | ePublished: 2013/11/30

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