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50 documents for educational institutions in pakistan
  • Employment traits have been studied having an impact over the organization commitment of the teachers. However, the scholars have inconsistent views regarding the relative strength of different traits groups such as Experience, Education, Type of Organizations, Chairpersonship, Salary and Designation over the commitment. In existing study, Meyer and Allen (1984-1997) "Three Component Model" was employed for collection of commitment profile of 312 both Public and Private faculty members of Institute of Management Sciences of Pakistan. Test of significance both t and ANOVA was applied and results of the statistical test divulge that most of the demographic variable like (experience, education, Salary etc.) causes a variation in the mean of commitment of the faculty members of Higher Educa...

    ... are divided regarding the impact of educational demographic over the commitment. Consequently, to ...

  • How is the current United States (US) counterterrorism (CT) strategy suited to combat the evolving threat posed by the Al Qaeda terrorist network? Although in some respects the US CT strategy has delivered the intended results of its sponsors, a number of events in the past several years demand that the US government reorients particular aspects of its approach to transnational terror in order to stay ahead of its adversary in the global war on terror (GWOT). Multilateral and multifaceted traits of the US CT strategy underscores the need to maintain and develop new and effective partnerships with institutions, organizations, and overseas states; but until the US government begins to look at the GWOT - not in terms of big-war paradigm, but instead as new type of war characterized by glob...

    ... Al Qaeda the benefit of terrorist educational camps. They emerged on the US government's agenda ...Pakistan and Afghanistan currently act as the two theaters ...

  • ... in Saudi Arabia , he had travelled to Pakistan and Afghanistan to join the jihad against the ... included in the UN list of financial institutions (Ex. R-2) that funded terrorism. He agreed that ... on the grounds that neither his educational nor his professional credentials nor his ...

  • ... were far more comfortable with the Pakistanis who they saw, in Pearson's words, as "more like ...Many in Ottawa believed that shared educational ties through an Oxbridge education, similar legal ... purposes between government research institutions, companies, and universities and colleges. And ...

  • ... that exist in Manitoba's educational institutions. KAREN STROBEL. Manitoba Council for ... abuses committed by China, Cuba, Egypt, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, ...

  • The paper essentially examines the Boko-Haram insurgency in Northern Nigeria and its contribution to global insecurity. In it we have argued that the emergence of Islamic militancy the world over, particularly in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, and North Africa and in Nigeria poses a great threat to global security. The paper adopted the desk research and data derived were analyzed using content analysis. The findings from the analysis show that the Boko-Haram sect and its activities are increasingly becoming more radicalized with devastating and destructive impact in scale and momentum on the Nigerian society. The activities have led to the destruction of lives and properties and have made the Northern Nigerian environment unconducive for investment from within and outside the country; a...

    ...The institutions and governance structures in most part of these ...Boko-Haram activities have crippled educational activities in most parts of Adamawa, Bomu and ...

  • This study examines the profile of contributors of full-length articles to the American Political Science Review (APSR) in 2010. Of the 79 different contributors, almost 9 (86.1%) out of every 10 are men. Whites accounted for over 9 (93.7%) out of every 10 contributors. Full professors accounted for 35%, the highest rate, with assistant professors accounting for 31 percent. Yale University, Harvard University, University of Illinois-Champaign, Florida State University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of California-San Diego, and the University of Chicago, all employ 3 or more of these contributors. Almost 94% of the contributors have a Ph.D. Almost 89% of the contributors earned their terminal or highest degrees in political science/government. Harvard University, the ...

    ... known, which benefits the institutions that employ them (Ballard & Mitchell, 1998; ... South Korea, Bangladesh, Japan, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and all Southeast Asian nations are ... and continental differences in educational attainment, household incomes, economic ...

  • The "Middle Eastern Muslim family" has long been described as a patriarchal unit, and it has been noted that Muslim family laws have served to reinforce patriarchal gender relations and women's subordinate position within the family. The persistence of patriarchy is a matter of debate, and some feminist theorists argue that industrialized societies are also patriarchal. Walby (1990,1996) distinguishes between the "private patriarchy" of the pre-modern family and social order and the "public patriarchy" of the state and labor market in industrial societies. In his work on South Korea, lie (1996) has distinguished between agrarian patriarchy and patriarchal capitalism. In this article I use the term patriarchy in its strict rather than liberal sense-that is, in terms of [John Caldwell]'s ...

    ..., legal reform, and women's increasing educational attainment in countries of the Middle East and ... and Iran), and South and East Asia (Pakistan, Afghanistan, northern India, and rural China). ... describe discourses, relations, and institutions in the Arab world. For Sharabi, the concept ...

  • Marketing and advertising researchers are at odds on whether standardized advertising messages and tools can be used across cultures. The dispute has heightened with the advent of globalization in which national boundaries become blurred. But if globalization has managed to cross geographical frontiers, its role in merging cultures and traditions is less discernible particularly in conservative societies like the oil-rich Arab Gulf states where massive oil revenues are fuelling consumerism leading to a surge in advertising budgets. The flow of petrodollars is bringing about dramatic transformations in these societies and their media landscape. This paper provides an overview of these transformations and their impact on advertising. It argues that despite globalization, the countries sti...

    ...'s efforts to pursue joint economic, educational and cultural policies through treaties, ... numbers of non-nationals from India and Pakistan and other Asian countries. New titles are ... countries now boast 13 such research institutions out of 23 in the Arab world comprising 21 ...

  • ...) is a 40-year-old citizen of Pakistan who applied for a permanent resident visa under ..., hospitals and other health care institutions, central food commissaries, educational ...

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