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:: Volume 18, Issue 3 (11-2023) ::
2023, 18(3): 39-45 Back to browse issues page
The Influence of Adverse, Emotional, and Literary Roles in Explaining the Moral Teachings Set Forth in Mowlana's Tarjiat; With the Approach to the Theory of Jacobson's Verbal Communication
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Background: In his preferences, Mowlana has established a profound connection with the audience and describes his educational approaches to them. The link between the creator of the work, the text created and the listener in these poems seems prominent. In contemporary times, many theorists have discussed the connection between these components, of which Roman Jakobson and his theory of verbal communication are more valid. Investigating the teachings of Mowlana's teaching and how it is represented based on the foundations of these theory is the main purpose and issue of the present study with the basics of the theory. This research is based on library resources and descriptive-analytical method.
Conclusion: The role of the language of language has been to lead the audience to carry out moral necessities and to avoid mental deficiencies. The emotional role reflects Mowlana's social domination over his individual. The poet has used sounds such as "Ajab" to represent his personal emotions. The literary role is the power of Mowlana's illustrations to tangible the manifestation of moral conflicts and conflicts in society. Overall, Mowlana's preferences for representing a variety of ethical teachings such as: "God's centrality, trust in transcendence, avoiding bad habits, tendency to good habits, self -care, self -sacrifice, explanation of the greatness of transcendence, human weakness against God's power Being love at the beginning of the road, the usefulness of love after enduring its hardships, turning see the seeker from a passive person to a perfect human being because of the benefit of divine attention, love has become the factor of dignity to man, expressing servitude to God.
Keywords: Mowlana, Tarjiat, Ethical doctrines, Jakobson, Verbal communication
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/09/5 | Accepted: 2022/11/6 | Published: 2023/11/20
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The Influence of Adverse, Emotional, and Literary Roles in Explaining the Moral Teachings Set Forth in Mowlana's Tarjiat; With the Approach to the Theory of Jacobson's Verbal Communication. Ethics in Science and Technology 2023; 18 (3) :39-45
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