COMMUNICATION AND ITS ROLE IN ISLAMIC ADMINISTRATION
Abstract: This article deals with Â Communication and its Role in Islamic Administration; it includes definition of the communication, and its process. Furthermore, this paper seeks to spread the idea that Islam is a communicative religion and it has inclusive framework about communication and its role in administration. Meanwhile, this article will provide on how Islam deals with every element of the communication process. Thus, the paper will suggest that it is important for scholar to investigate more about the role of commutation in Islamic administration.
Keywords: Communication, Islam, Islamic Communication, Commutation process, Administration,Â
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