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سفینه 2021, 19(73): 12-36 Back to browse issues page
Evaluating Persian Reference Sources in the Quranic Mofradat
Reza Karimi *1, Abdol-hosein Taleie2, Zahra Sadrabadi3, Fateme Eshaghi4
1- University Of Qom, karimirez@gmail.com
2- University Of Qom, taleie20@gmail.com
3- University Of Qom, sadrabadyzahra@gmail.com
4- University Of Qom, eshaghi.fateme72@gmail.com
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Purpose: The present research aims at the evaluation of the validity, coverage and quality of the Quranic Mofradat reference in Iran.
Methodology: This applied research was developed by the method of quantitative content analysis. The research population consisted of 85 special reference books for Quranic Mofradat. For data collection we used a researcher-made checklist based on the analysis of related literature. Validity of the checklist confirmed by related experts.
Findings: Of the 73 Quranic books studied in this study, 73 percent of reference books were produced by reputable authors, but only 13 percent were published by specialized publishers. Most of the works (24 titles) were published in years Following 2011. A review of the Quranic Singles Book Publishing Numbers indicates that more than 77.4% of the published works are in circulation of 3000 or less. Observing the diversity of Persian Qur'anic textbooks revealed that approximately 83.5% of the reference books had selectively chosen their vocabulary. Also, 36.5% of the works have been written in terms of interpretation, translation, or specific version of the Qur'an, but 83.9% of the works have generally authored or translated, without regard to a specific interpretation or translation, or a specific version of the Quran. . This study indicates that Persian Qur'anic singular books have weaknesses in their visual features such as editing, user manual and indexing, and more than half of the books lacked references and references. Also in this study, it was found that most of the books of Quranic singularity (56.5%) have been written with regard to educational goals.
Originality/Value: besides the formulation of a checklist for evolution of special reference books for Quranic Mofradat, we evaluated the validity, coverage and quality of the books. Be used to guide scholars, writers, critics, and audiences, and to target and integrate relevant scientific activities.
Keywords: Quranic Mofradat, Reference sources, Reference book criteria, Evaluation criteria, Quranic sciences
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: General
Received: 2021/02/9 | Accepted: 2021/12/22 | Published: 2021/12/22
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karimi R, taleie A, Sadrabadi Z, eshaghi F. Evaluating Persian Reference Sources in the Quranic Mofradat. سفینه. 2021; 19 (73) :12-36
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