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Editorial: Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity in Pakistan: Growing Challenges and Institutional Preparedness

Editorial: Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity in Pakistan: Growing Challenges and Institutional Preparedness Like several developing countries, the use of internet has seen an explosive growth during the past few years. A recent study titled “Journey to Digital” outlined that approximately 54 percent of the country’s population is now connected to the cyberspace. It also notes that […]

Rethinking Criminal Justice in Pakistan

Rethinking Criminal Justice in Pakistan Kamran Adil Every now and then, lot of noise is made about the poverty of imagination in dealing with criminal justice challenges in Pakistan. This cacophony is essentially emotional and sans serious thought. The shallowness of this approach has led to a public policy consideration that looks at justice sector […]

How to Prevent Corporal Punishment of Children: An Interventionist Perspective of Choice Theory in Schools of North West, Pakistan

How to Prevent Corporal Punishment of Children: An Interventionist Perspective of Choice Theory in Schools of North West, Pakistan Akhtar Munir1 , Farhat Ullah2 , Rashid Ishaq3& Asif Mahmood4 Abstract This paper analyses the conceptual understanding of the government teachers in Pakistan on the issue of school corporal punishment particularly as a method of discipline […]

Causes and Consequences of Overcrowding of Women Inmates in Prisons: A Case Study of Prisons in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province

Causes and Consequences of Overcrowding of Women Inmates in Prisons: A Case Study of Prisons in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province Tabinda Rani1 & Noor Ullah Khan2 Abstract This study explores the causes and consequences of overcrowding of women prisoners in jails. For this purpose, an attempt is made to investigate the issue of overcrowding in prisons. […]

Civilians Trials in Military Courts in Pakistany. The International Fair Trial Standards on Military Justice. A Critical Analysis

Civilians Trials in Military Courts in Pakistany. The International Fair Trial Standards on Military Justice. A Critical Analysis Hussain Ahmad1& Sara Qayum2 Abstract In response to the militant assault on a school in Peshawar in 2014, killing  141 people, mostly children, the State of Pakistan has established MCsto trial civilians blamed for enumerated terrorism-related wrongdoings.Since […]

Conceptualization of Dark Triad Traits of Juvenile Delinquents

Conceptualization of Dark Triad Traits of Juvenile Delinquents Kiran Akbar Khan1, Fizza Noor2 & Rabia Noor3 Abstract The contemporary study intended to examine the relation between Dark Triad traits and delinquent behaviour in juveniles. A Qualitative Methodology was chosen in order to undertake a more in-depth analysis, for which two juvenile delinquents were interviewed. Interpretive […]