Role of Animated vs Oral Mother Goose Songs in Language Acquisition of Pre-School Kids
The study is an attempt to explore the difference between
the impact of oral mother goose songs (OMGS) and animated mother
goose songs (AMGS) in language acquisition of pre-school kids. Two
focus groups of fifteen mothers of pre-school kids in each are formed.
Mothers of the focus group (oral) were advised to sing OMGS for their
kids and mothers of the focus group (animated) were asked to sho ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Maira QaddosLecturer, National University of Modern Languages, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Noshina SaleemDirector, Institute of communication Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Maham Zahid KhanLecturer, National University of Modern Languages, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Modality in Pakistani and British Media Discourse: A Corpus-Assisted Study of Editorials in Dawn and the Guardian
Modal verbs are used to construe an important grammatical expression called modality, which has its various shades in almost every newspaper. Modality is considered of extreme importance in media discourse. This paper presents the comparative study of modal verbs in Dawn, an English Pakistani newspaper, and Guardian, a British English newspaper. For this investigation, a corpus was designed using ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Arshad Ali Assistant Professor, Department of English, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Athar Rashid Assistant Professor, Department of Governance & Public Policy, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan. 3-Shahid Abbas Lecturer, Department of English, University of Sargodha, Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan.
Modality, Editorials, Corpus Assisted Study, Dawn, Guardian
A Narrative Analysis of Political Satire on Pakistani Electronic Media
This paper aims to investigate how the Satire programs
Hasb-e-Haal (Statusquo, 2009), and KhabarDar (vigilant, 2017)
produced and aired on private Pakistan Television channels influenced
and formed a perception of the viewers about political issues persisted at
that historical moment of time. With the comedic revelations of
politicians' immoral behavior and corruption, this paper unfolds the
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1-Qaisar KhanSenior Assistant Professor, Department of Meeida Studies, Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Syed Inam ur RahmanAssistant Professor/Incharge, Media & Development, International Islamic niversity, Islamabad, Pakistan.3-Fatima AnayatMS Research Scholar, Department of Media and Communication Studies, Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Media Health Campaigns in Pakistan: KAP Study of HIV/AIDS in Punjab
The objective of this research is to investigate the effects of media health campaigns on the people of Punjab province in terms of knowledge, attitude and practice regarding HIV/AIDS. Data was collected through convenient sampling procedure from 500 respondents of age 18 to 57 of 35 different districts of Punjab province. The results confirmed that TV particularly and media, generally is the main ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Irem Sultana Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Government College University, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Ifra Iftikhar Associate Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Lahore Garrison University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. 3-Qamar Abid Hussain Ph.D in Pakistan Studies, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan.
Health campaign, KAP study, HIV/AIDS, Punjab, Pakistan, Survey, Demography, UBP
Consumption of Social Media and Academic Performance: A Cross-Sectional Survey of Perception of Students in KP universities
In the world changing into a digital global village, social networking technology has played a vital role compare to other internet tools. This study conducted through a cross-sectional survey on the students' perceptions about their use of social networking sites and their influence on their academic performance. The researcher gathered data from the students of Gomal and Quratba University in D. ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Syed Inam Ur Rehman Assistant Professor, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. 2-Hafiz Safi Ullah Researcher, MS Education, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan.3-Adiba Akhtar Lecturer, Department of Mass Communication, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad.
A Critical Review of Hybrid Warfare: Challenges to Pakistan
This research paper analyses the dynamics of Hybrid Warfare to envisage its impact upon peace and conflict situation in Pakistan. The research explores how different domains of society have been affected by the application of Hybrid Warfare. Furthermore, the research focuses on the existing and future challenges being faced by Pakistan in the domain of Hybrid Warfare. The term Hybrid warfare has b ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Muhammad Waqas Haider MA Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies, Lancaster University, United Kingdom 2-Tahir Mahmood Azad Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Science & Security Studies (CSSS), War Studies Department, King’s College London.3-Haseeb Ur Rehman Warrich Associate Professor, Department of Arts & Media, Foundation University Islamabad, Pakistan.
Hybrid Warfare, Pakistan, Challenges, Global Terrorism.
Representation of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor in Pakistani English Newspapers A Content Analysis of Dawn, Frontier Post, and The Nation
The study is to analyze the representation of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Pakistani leading English newspapers. The study attempts to view the stance of the newspaper regarding the project and compares its coverage in its news items and editorials. Content analysis of Dawn, Frontier Post, and Nation was conducted. Moreover, researchers also observe the most highlighted issues as ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Lubna Shaheen Assistant Professor, Institute of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Sajida Awais Research Officer, Institute of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Zaeem Yasin Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Lahore College for Women University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.