Effects of Harassment on Academic Performance: A Case of University Students of Lahore
This research study attempted to explore the effects of cyber harassment and traditional harassment on the academic performance of university students. Likewise, investigating the influence of this harassment on substance usage was another prime objective of the study. For this purpose, students of four Lahore based universities (2 public, 2 private) were taken as population. Similarly, using convenience sampling, 150 respondents from each university were selected to meet a total sample of 600 students. For data collection, a cross-sectional survey method was used; however, for data analysis, a one-way analysis of variance was done so that demographics differences could be checked. Whereas Pearson product-moment correlation was applied to tests the relationships between IVs and DVs. Result ...
1-Zaheer Ud Din Babar PhD Scholar, School of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. 2-Noshina Saleem Professor, School of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Traditional Harassment, Cyber Harassment, Academic Performance, Substance Usage, Drug Abuse, University Students
Revival Of Civil-Military Nexus On Drafting New National Security Policy: Critical Discourse Analysis of Pakistan's Two English Newspapers
Over the past few years, Pakistan carried out various publicized battles against militancy and terrorism led primarily by thePakistan military. Due to the changed geostrategic context, civil-military coordination is necessary for developing a new national securitypolicy. Therefore the objective of the present study is to examine civil-military coordination portrayed in the English press of Pakistanfollowed by the most significant event, i.e., the formation of Provincial Apex committees. These committees were formed for strengtheningcollaboration between civil-military institutions to execute NAP in different provinces, consequently the study analyzed news stories of twoEnglish newspapers, i.e., Dawn and The News, by employing the CDA model proposed by Fairclough. Results indicate that Dawn ...
1-Amna Zulfiqar Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, NUML, Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Faiza Khalid Lecturer, Department of Mass Communication, NUML, Islamabad, Pakistan.3-Maria Khalid PhD Scholar, Department of Media and Communication Studies, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Evaluation of Government Programs & Policies to Eradicate Gender Disparities in Pakistan
Like many other developing nations, Pakistan is also facing a gender gap in its socio-cultural spheres. Since independence,
many programs and policies have been made in public and private sector domains to eradicate these gender disparities. This paper aims to
evaluate these programs and policies by encountering their salient features and how far these programs and policies proved to be fruitful
in bridging this gap. The evaluation is done majorly through a desk review of the secondary data drawn from reports published by different
government and local organizations. Mainly, the qualitative methods of content and thematic analyses were employed for exploring the
gender-based disparities, and how these are affecting the pace of development in Pakistan. Moreover, an assessment of strate ...
1-Minahil Nawaz Department of City and Regional Planning, School of Architecture & Planning, University of Management and Technology, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. 2-Atif Bilal Aslam Department of City and Regional Planning, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. 3-Fariha Tariq Department of City and Regional Planning, School of Architecture & Planning, University of Management and Technology, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Women Economy, Gender Gaps, Gender Disparities, Women disability, Participation
Pakistan Turkey Cordial Entente (1947-2013): A Diachronic Review
Relations between Turkey and Pakistan always remained decent and friendly. The mutual sympathies between both countries
cannot be described in any other way except the cultural heritage. Both countries have helped each other whenever they needed it in the
field of foreign policy. It has cooperated between Ankara and Islamabad that they may raise a hand of cooperation in different affairs like
foreign policy and security. They have supported each other as well as defended each others interests, most specifically in the international
arena. Since the time of the cold war, both countries, Pakistan and Turkey, have shared their approach, especially on Cypress and Kashmir
issues. In this document, an attempt was made to discuss the political and economic relations between Turkey and Pakist ...
1-Muhammad Almas Department of Pakistan Studies, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Gulzar Ahmad Government Model High School Thingi, Vehari, Education Department Punjab, Pakistan.3-Muhammad Khurshid Department of Pakistan Studies, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.
Political Relations, Economic Relations, Project Trial Chapter, Bilateral Relations