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    -TERM STRATEGIES 1. Building of trust and confidence by discouraging negative propaganda against each other, particularly in the media. From time to time, one can hear provocative statements, speeches and programs covered in some sections of print and electronic media maligning each other. Such type...
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  • Administrative Reform in Bd
    and political will of the government and effective administrative monitoring system. On the other hand, external mechanisms are specific parliamentary standing committees and effective role of the political parties in parliament and constructive role of the press and media. Moreover, public policy...
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  • english
    capacity to alleviate the status of democracy and strengthen it, in fact the mutual squabbling of the political leaders excited the other players to assume a role. Moreover, in Pakistan the politics is more personality-driven rather than issues-driven, which has an overall negative impact on the...
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  • Ghettoisation
    the feelings of hate. The biased role played by the media in portraying the Muslims in a negative light creating a demonic image. The aftermath of the September 11th, 2001 incident saw the rising of hate violence directed to Muslims, Arabs and the South Asians and government profiling of people...
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  • Diplomacy and Propaganda in the Kashmir War
    between propaganda and diplomacy. I will describe the four major conflicts in the area: the 1947 war, 1965, 1971 the Karghil War from 1999, and the post 2000 situation. While the propaganda had a crucial role in escalating the conflict, the diplomacy of joint Indo – Pakistani efforts or third...
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  • journalism
    is the thinking mode of any society. The most important role of the mass media is to provide the publicwith accurate, comprehensive and unbiased information on government politics and current events. In Pakistan mass media has come a long way. Today Pakistani media has started to exert itself and...
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  • document
    questions addressed in this paper are: Why and how the United Front was formed? How did it function? What role did it play in the national politics? Why and how did the United Front wither away? The paper is broken down in five main components: introduction to politics of alliances, alliance...
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  • Kazimi
    Pakistan Home Page» Biographies» Politics and Government Media Role In Pakistan Media Role in Pakistan By Zubair khalid Is Pakistani Media is playing its positive role in strengthening a democratic institutions in Pakistan? It is true that media in Pakistan has got freedom in recent years. Thanks...
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  • Covering the “War on Terror” Challenges for Journalists—the Case of Fata
    portrayal of events and happenings in the Pakistani media is apparently dependent upon the tilt, mediation and angles directed by those sitting at the helms of affairs in FATA (whether they may be state controlled agencies or representative of the so-called Taliban movement, tribal leaders, militants...
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  • Sociology
    , school, mass media, religion, work place and politics. Sociology tends to show the extent to which the environment in which we live has a significant influence on our day-to- day behavior. What makes people behave the way they use to behave? Is it through natural or biological drives/instincts...
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  • democracy in Pakistan
    alleviate the status of democracy and strengthen it, in fact the mutual squabbling of the political leaders excited the other players to assume a role. Moreover, in Pakistan the politics is more personality-driven rather than issues-driven, which has an overall negative impact on the evolution of...
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  • Caravan in Motion: Indo-Pak Trade
    Scotland. Both sides articulated their opinions in a professional manner and there was a consensus that it was high time both countries allowed banks to open branches across the border. The Pakistani delegation advocated the removal of Pakistan from the Reserve Bank of India’s negative list of countries...
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  • Agenda Setting Theory Examples in Pakistan
    Pervez Musharaf era 2002, Pakistani media has become powerful and independent and the number of private television channels has grown. In Pakistan, media has positive and negative impacts. Positive role of media in Pakistan: . Media played important role in freeing the judiciary and making it...
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  • Marketing Audit Report
    restaurants, but none of them is offering Pakistani food. 6.2 Macroenvironment (PEST Analysis) 6.2.1 Political The company has to look to the various developments of politics, when is it creating its marketing strategy regionally, nationally and internationally. Also to glance to the weight and...
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  • Pak Us Relationship
    tax net. It also does not believe the Pakistani perception of a threat from India to its security. 2 IPRI Factfile    Periodically, the US media and think tanks churn out fearsome speculations about ‘Pakistan’s nukes’ not being secure enough; they also portray the span and growth rate of...
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  • MEDIA OBSCENITY AND SOCIAL DISORDER
    launched programmes for the development of masses. Cassata et al (1979) believe there is no question that the mass media play an important role in society. Their impact in social change, achievement cultural taste, instruction politics and image building is not to be denied. “The rapid rise...
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  • Terroism
    price): 1) There has been a sea change in the perception of what constitutes Indian "national space." The definition is much broader now and issues such as economics, media, and science that were for some time considered removed from the realm of intelligence targeting are now indivisible parts...
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  • Media Post Mumbai Attack
    MEDIA EDUCATION RESEARCH CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF KASHMIR CHANGE IN INDO-PAK RELATIONS POST 26/11 Role of Media Ashraf ul Hassan. 6/20/2012 The 2008 Mumbai attacks were 11 coordinated shooting and bombing attacks across Mumbai, India's largest city, allegedly by terrorists who came from...
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  • Book
    HOW PAKISTANI MEDIA COVERED UPCOMING ELECTIONS 2013:- Elections of every country played an important role in the development of any nation or any country of the world. The turnover of any government for five years .As we know after completing five years of government first time in the history of...
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  • Arab Spring
    government to negotiate with the Pakistani Taliban. The irony of fate is that the Pakistani administration doesn’t know the terms of dialogue upon which they could and would negotiate with the Taliban. Furthermore, the Pakistani society, unlike the Afghans, is not ready to consummate the role of...
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