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Analysis of Economic Crime in Religious Institutions using Convenience Theory: What is so special about Motive, Opportunity and Willingness?

Analysis of Economic Crime in Religious Institutions using Convenience Theory: What is so special about Motive, Opportunity and Willingness? By: Petter Gottschalk Abstract There is a research debate whether or not religious people demonstrate less delinquent behavior in terms of white-collar crime. This article focuses on those members of religious institutions who become offenders, and […]

Political Oppression, Resistance and Leadership Change: The Rise of Nasim Wali Khan as a Leader

Political Oppression, Resistance and Leadership Change: The Rise of Nasim Wali Khan as a Leader By: Hassina Bashir1, Muhammad Ayub Jan2 Abstract Turbulent political situations have often facilitated the rise of women leaders in South Asia. Such leaders courageously confronted the testing times and expressed their agency through efficient political manoeuvring; consequently, prolonging their stay in […]

Militancy in Pakistan through Constructivist’s Lens

Militancy in Pakistan through Constructivist’s Lens By:Shahid Ahmed Afridi Abstract Despite the ostensible relevance of the realist context to South Asia, nonetheless, a profound analysis by post-positivist critiques of mainstream international Relations (IR) highlight the epistemological, ontological, and methodological flaws innate in the rationalist theories (including realism) that have conventionally controlled the arena. The critiques […]

History of Social Welfare and Domestic Violence Shelters called Dar ul Amans: A Case Study of Punjab Province Pakistan

History of Social Welfare and Domestic Violence Shelters called Dar ul Amans:A Case Study of Punjab Province Pakistan By:Dr. Raazia Hassan Naqvi1, Dr. Muhammad Ibrar, Dr. Christine Walsh Abstract This paper presents some of the significant events and issues of the Indian subcontinent that gave rise to the evolution of social welfare education and practice […]

National Character and Leadership in Pakistan: Challenges and Response

National Character and Leadership in Pakistan: Challenges and Response By: Noor Ullah Khan1, Ashfaq U. Rahman Abstract National character, leadership, and charisma produce modern type of charismatic leadership. This paper examines charisma in national leadership in Pakistan. It observes that national leadership and charisma is not theoretical, but contextual, arguing that there is a connection […]

Psychological effects of terrorism on Pakistani society: A Study of PTSD of APS Peshawar Incident among School-going Children in Lahore

Psychological effects of terrorism on Pakistani society: A Study of PTSD of APS Peshawar Incident among School-going Children in Lahore Dr. Bakht Rawan, Fiza Zia ul Hasnain, Dr. Shabir Hussain, Asmat Ullah1 Abstract This paper investigates relationship between media, especially television coverage of terrorist attacks and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among the viewers of […]