Author: Alpha Mahmoud Bah. Ph.D (editor)
Publisher: A.S. Noordeen (2005)
Pages: 118 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
Pooling general teaching, case studies and personal experiences from Malaysia, Indonesia, Pakistan, Guinea, Australia and Japan, this book contains the research papers, essays and other works prepared for the IGS international conference on Muslim communication, held in October 2003 in Okayama, Japan. The anthology combines the contributions of six scholars of diverse backgrounds and specialties.
The book investigates communication issues in the current and past Muslim generations to provide useful information on building effective communication systems on the one hand between Muslims-individuals and groups in conducting their daily activities and in conducting specific Islamic projects and on the other hand between Muslims and non-Muslims toward a peaceful and prosperous development of Islam.