The Sadharanikaran Model and Aristotle's Model of Communication: A Comparative Study

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  • Nirmala Mani Adhikary Asst. Professor in Media Studies at the Department of Languages and Mass Communication, Kathmandu University

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https://doi.org/10.3126/bodhi.v2i1.2877

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Aristotle, Sadharanikaran Model

Abstract

This article seeks to study the fundamental differences between the Sadharanikaran model and Aristotle's model of communication. The effort here is aimed for having a comparative study of the concepts of communication process envisioned in two different models from the East and the West. The general objective here is to comprehend the fundamental differences between the concepts of communication process in Aristotelian and Sadharanikaran view. The specific objectives include having comparative understanding of the concept of communication process from Aristotelian and Sadharanikaran perspectives in terms of structure and scope of two models, the human relationships in the process and the goal of communication.

DOI: 10.3126/bodhi.v2i1.2877

Bodhi Vol.2(1) 2008 p.268-289

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Nirmala Mani Adhikary, Asst. Professor in Media Studies at the Department of Languages and Mass Communication, Kathmandu University

Nirmala Mani Adhikary (M. A., M. Phil.) is Asst. Professor in
Media Studies at the Department of Languages and Mass
Communication, Kathmandu University. In the past, he worked
as a professional journalist for a decade. Besides contributing
about two-dozen research articles in journals and anthologies,
and hundreds of analytical articles in newspapers and
magazines, he has authored/edited 25 books.

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Adhikary, N. M. (2010). The Sadharanikaran Model and Aristotle’s Model of Communication: A Comparative Study. Bodhi: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2(1), 268–289. https://doi.org/10.3126/bodhi.v2i1.2877

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