Indo-Pak Relations in Ideological Perspective after 9/11: Critical Discourse Analysis of Nawa-i-Waqt; A Pakistani Urdu Newspaper
The objective of this work was to utilize the critical
discourse analysis in the reporting and coverage of Indo-Pak relations
from an ideological perspective after 9/11. The critical discourse
analysis of local, international, and business news, editorials, articles,
columns, and letters to the editor published in Nawa-i-Waqt, a
Pakistani Urdu Newspaper, is carried out. The overall purpose of ...Read More - View Fulltext - Download PDF
1-Muhammad Ahsan Lecturer, Department of English, Ghazi University, Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Shahid Nawaz Assistant Professor, Department of English linguistics, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Muhammad Asif Assistant Professor, Department of English, Ghazi University, Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab, Pakistan.
Framework to Counter Lone Wolf Terrorist Activity via Web
Lone wolf is one of the most dangerous shape of
terrorism as they are almost undetectable. Although lone wolf is
almost untraceable, it is possible that they leave footprints while
using internet. However, internet is primarily used to communicate
ideology to potential lone wolf, and visitors of such internet sources
or websites require technical expertise which is not very common.
This enab ...Read More - View Fulltext - Download PDF
1-Shabnam Gul Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, Lahore College for Women University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. 2-Muhammad Faizan Asghar MPhil, Peace & Counter Terrorism Studies, Minhaj University Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Zahid Akbar Ministry of Defense.
Lone Wolf, Internet, Digital Media, Terrorist Attacks, Rational, Detecting
Semantic Analysis of the Linguistic Features Used on Urdu Hoardings in Lahore
It is an established truth that advertising copywriters expertly manipulate language to suit their purpose of communicating advertising messages (Emodi, 2011). This research aims to explore to what extent advertisers manipulate language rather distinctively than the daily use of language. The current work presents a descriptive analysis of the linguistic features of Urdu ads at semantic level. The ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Nimra RafiqFAST, National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Namra FazalFAST, National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Mohsin TajammulFAST, National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Semantic Analysis, Linguistic Features, Hoardings, Urdu
Global Culture and the Media undermine our Culture: A Case of Urdu-Dubbed Turkish Dramas Effects on Pakistani Society
This study is about the effects of Urdu-dubbed Turkish dramas on Pakistani society: A case of the Foundation University of Rawalpindi. With the help of a questionnaire, data is collected from the students. The reason for selecting such students is that the youth is more exposed to such dramas and easily get influenced by the new trends. One hundred students are selected on the basis of age, gender ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Faisal Aziz Lecturer, Department of Communication and Media Studies, University of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Salman AminLecturer (Visiting), Department of Communication and Media Studies, University of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Muhammad Naseem AnwarLecturer, Rawalpindi Women University, Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan.
Impact of Social Media Coverage of Taliban's Takeover on the Mental Health of Afghan Scholars in Pakistan
Taliban re-controlled Afghanistan on August 15 2021, for the second time in its history. This rapid takeover left immense effects on the lives of Afghans globally. It also affected the economy, politics and routine affairs of the country. Some of the Afghans lost their lives while others lost their jobs. Using thematic analysis, the current study probes the frequency and priority of social media u ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Bin Yamin KhanLecturer, Department of Communication and Media Studies, Hazara University Mansehra, KP, Pakistan.2-Fakhruddin NaseerMPhil Scholar, Department of Communication and Media Studies, Hazara University Mansehra, KP, Pakistan.3-Abobakar KhanMS Scholar, Department of Media and Communication Studies, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Social Media, Taliban Takeover, Mental Health, Conflict