Communicating Social Perceptions of Art as a Profession in Pakistan
In our socio-cultural setting art is an essential medium for expressing human emotions. Art plays a pivotal role in creating and fostering a healthy nation. This research studies the relationship between socio-cultural ethics and art as a profession in Pakistan.Despite Pakistan's rich cultural heritage, the role of an artist is relatively new and often misunderstood. According to our findings, art ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Huma FatimaMPhil Scholar Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan
Visual Arts, Gender, Profession, Cultural inclusion, Cultural Norms, Pakistan
John of Damascus, also known as Saint John of Damascenes, was born in the second half of the seventh century,between 674 and 675 in Damascus (Sahas, 1984). He was a monk, apriest, a hymnographer, and a scholar. He was born in an Arab -Christian family. His grandfather “Mansur ibn-e-Sarjun was the financial governor of Damascus” until it was conquered by Muslim general Khalid bin Waleed. This R ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Zaid Hussain Damascus, John of Damascus, Orthodoxy, Bible, Content Analysis
Damascus, John of Damascus, Orthodoxy, Bible, Content Analysis
Canada is generally considered the most liberal andleast racist country in the Western hemisphere at least according tothe popular discourse. The ground reality is slightly more complex.According to the Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives, moreMuslims have been killed in hate crimes in Canada in the last fiveyears than in any other G-7 country. The anti-terror legislation after9/11 further cau ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Nadeem AkramMS, Student, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan.
Islamophobia, Quebec, Hate Crimes, Anti-muslim Discourse, Racism
Analyzing The Prevalence Of Nuclear Family Structure In Pakistani Society: Exposure To Dramatized Entertainment And Cultivation Process
In the light of the cultivation theory of cultural indicators,this Research paper investigates and examines the first and second-order effects of cultivation on Nuclear Family structure due to higher and overall exposure of dramatized entertainment content. Findings at the preliminary level indicate that the higher the exposure to dramatized entertainment, the higher the perceptions of its audienc ...Read More - Download PDF
Content Analysis of Western Media Framing of Hagia Sophia Reconversion Decision
The decision to change the status of Hagia Sophia from a museum to a mosque stirred up a massive controversy in the non-Islamic world, even to the extent as questioning the secular nature of the Turkish Republic. A Turkish court issued a ruling which ultimately led to the re conversion of Istanbul's Hagia Sophia, annulling a government ruling that dates back to 1934. This decision caused anxiety i ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Muhammad ArifMS Scholar, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Hagia Sophia, Framing Theory, Content Analysis, Islamophobia, UNESCO