Kajian Literatur Kesan Pengembangan Latihan Dalam Talian melalui Integrasi Teori Komunikasi Islam dan Teori Emosi Paul Ekman terhadap Latihan yang Berkesan

Literature Review on the Effects of Online Training Development through the Integration of Islamic Communication Theory and Paul Ekman's Emotion Theory on Effective Training

Authors

  • Afnan Abdulfatah Haron Universiti Islam Selangor
  • Azharuddin Hashim Universiti Islam Selangor

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53840/jmm.v13i2.167

Keywords:

Latihan Dalam Talian, Latihan yang Berkesan

Abstract

Dalam era digital yang terus berkembang, aplikasi latihan dalam talian menjadi kaedah alternatif dalam meningkatkan keterampilan dan pengetahuan manusia. Walaupun kaedah ini menjadi terkenal kerana ia menawarkan peluang untuk mengikuti pelbagai jenis program latihan serta mempelajari ilmu tanpa batas geografi, perkara yang menjadi persoalan utama adalah tentang keberkesanan program latihan tersebut. Penelitian ini akan mengkaji adakah komunikasi yang berkesan akan memberikan impak terhadap keberkesanan program latihan tersebut. Kajian ini bertujuan untuk memberikan pandangan serta potensi dengan mengintegrasikan teori-teori Islam dan barat dalam keberkesanan program latihan. Dalam kajian ini, penyelidikan kualitatif digunakan dengan pengumpulan data melalui pembacaan penyelidikan lepas. Data dikumpul secara triangulasi bagi meningkatkan kesahan data. Hasil kajian mendapati bahawa integrasi kedua-dua teori ini mampu meningkatkan lagi keberkesanan program latihan terutama dalam aspek komunikasi di antara kedua-dua belah pihak semasa sesi latihan. Hasil kajian ini diharap dapat memberikan maklumat untuk mengenal pasti ekspresi emosi dan pemahaman tentang tindakbalas emosi dalam sesi latihan. Ianya juga diharap akan memberikan pemahaman yang lebih mendalam tentang penerapan Teori Komunikasi Islam dan Teori Emosi Paul Ekman semasa sesi latihan dalam talian.

In the digital era, online training has gained popularity as an alternative to improve knowledge and skills. The ability to access knowledge from anywhere in the world is one of the main reasons why online training has become so popular. However, many people are still not sure how beneficial these online training really are. The purpose of this study is to determine if good communication affects the effectiveness of the training program. This study aims to shed light on how Islamic and Western theories, specifically Paul Ekman's theory of emotion and Islamic communication theory, could be integrated to increase the effectiveness of training programs. Using qualitative research methodology, data is collected by reviewing previous studies. To improve the veracity of the data, it is triangulated. The findings of the study suggest that the incorporation of both Paul Ekman’s theory of emotion with Islamic communication theory can further improve the effectiveness of the training program, especially in communication between instructors and trainees during the session. The findings of the study are expected to offer guidance for recognizing emotional displays and understanding emotional responses during training.

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Published

2023-11-30

How to Cite

Abdulfatah Haron, A., & Hashim, A. (2023). Kajian Literatur Kesan Pengembangan Latihan Dalam Talian melalui Integrasi Teori Komunikasi Islam dan Teori Emosi Paul Ekman terhadap Latihan yang Berkesan: Literature Review on the Effects of Online Training Development through the Integration of Islamic Communication Theory and Paul Ekman’s Emotion Theory on Effective Training. Journal of Management and Muamalah , 13(2), 41 - 59. https://doi.org/10.53840/jmm.v13i2.167