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Journal:   DIDACTIC LITERATURE REVIEW (PERSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE REVIEW)   SPRING 2013 , Volume 5 , Number 17; Page(s) 87 To 114.
 
Paper: 

THE ANALYSIS OF ABOSAEED E ABOLKHEYR’S DIDACTIC APPROACH TOWARDS VERBAL COMMUNICATIONS ON THE BASIS OF ROMAN JACOBSON’S THEORY

 
 
Author(s):  KHATAMI SH., GHASEMZADEH S.A., AMRI N.
 
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Abstract: 

Thinking about Mashayekh’s biographies and studying the interaction between targeted and coherent system of Monastery (Khanghah) and society indicate that purification and education of devotees and common people based on values and mystical thoughts was the main aim and mission of Islamic Sufism. The great Sufism always have used speech as the most important means effective on their addressee in order to achieve this aim. Considering the importance of the issue, this research tries to clarify means, dimensions, and causes of such a breaking of norms, and explain it on the basis of Roman Jacobson’s theory, i.e. “The process of verbal communication”, and also relied on the verbal communications of Abosaeed e Abolkheyr, the great mystic of fifth century (A.H.). Abosaeed e abolkheyr, according to the outcomes of the research, mainly resorted to expression in order to promote and remind ethical norms, to explain and admit other’s and his spiritual states, and to resolve the needs of his private and general Audiences, by taking advantage of techniques such as using literary language, irony, discussion, and ecstatic phrases. Propositions of his verbal communication, according to status of the speaker, goal of the speech, and requirements of the audience and talk, are mainly based on factors like audience, speaker, subject and codes. The roles resulting from the emphasis on these factors is often a modulation of two or more roles of the inspirational, emotional, referential, cross-language and sometimes literary type. Among all these, the inspirational role, since Abosaeed’s remarks were audience-centered, and the cross-language role, due to the propositions being coded and the need for audiences to be aware of the background of Abosaeed’s verbal propositions, is more important.

 
Keyword(s): SUFISM’S VERBAL COMMUNICATION, DIDACTIC APPROACH, ABOSAEED E ABOLKHEYR, COMMUNICATION THEORY, ROMAN JACOBSON
 
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