What Causes An Increase In Divorce Rate?

Societies are considered only the habitat of humankind. But in reality, these are the boundaries in which people not only live but interact with each other. Consequently, several kinds of relationships develop between them. “Relationships are the cement in the structure of society. By a study of relationships, one can orientate man's place in society... Continue Reading →

Impossibility Of Unconditional Love

What exactly is love? Is it blind trust and loyalty? Is it helping each other out in times of need? Is it giving everything and not wanting anything in return? Is it accepting others for who they are, and not what you want them to be? Is it something that should always be perfect like... Continue Reading →

Agenda of IMF and East Asia Crisis

IMF was created on some market failure basis. Keynes, the founder of IMF was afraid that market if left alone, may destroy people and make them unemployed. He pointed out the market failures and possible problems and gave IMF as a solution. He proposed an agenda that IMF can help the matters by pressurizing the... Continue Reading →

What Are Healthy Lifestyle Habits?

An almost-100 year lifespan, a perfect figure, a glowing skin, six pack abs and being satisfied with oneself entirely may seem like quite a challenging goal to achieve to many people. Sometimes, almost impossible too. But really, it's just about commitment, will power, compromise, some motivation and being able to engage in healthy behaviors on... Continue Reading →

Air Pollution – A Threat For Us

The air we that we breathe in and breathe out every minute of every day can be poisonous for us. The rapid increase in air pollution is causing a real threat to human life. Increasing vehicles and burning motor oil are adding carcinogens and poisonous gases. Pollen, mold, ozone, and black smoke in short everything that we... Continue Reading →

Drug trade and International Political Economy

Drug trade Drug trafficking is globe issue and it involves production, manufacturing, distribution, sale and consumption under the illegal section of law. Different organizations are working on understanding the market better which means they will able to root out the problem one day. Currently 340 tons of heroin is consumed every year and 430-450 tons... Continue Reading →

Critique on “Being A Man” by Paul Edward

Link to Original Article Paul Edward Theroux is an American travel writer and novelist whose many works have already been adopted as documentaries. He has published numerous works of fiction which have been adopted as featured films also. He is best known for his work, “The Great Railway Bazaar” which he wrote during his travel... Continue Reading →

Social Media as a News Source: The Emergence

Social media has emerged at an exponential rate as young people`s main source of news as it has been helpful in providing them richer dimensions of current affairs. Although, there are concerns and insecurities regarding the use of social media as an origin of news; however, its use has proved its superiority over other conventional... Continue Reading →

Critique on “Noor Jehan” by Saadat Hassan Manto

Link to the Original Article This text is a translation of ‘Noor Jahan’ from Manto-Nama written by Saadat Hassan Manto. Manto is an Indo-Pak novelist and short story writer, notorious for deviating from conventional writing style and being one of the pioneers in bringing obscenity in formal Urdu writings. In this short essay, the author... Continue Reading →

How Is Technology Revolutionizing Class Environment?

“It’s not that we use technology, we live technology.” (Reggio). The students of the twenty-first century enter in the classrooms as digital experts with an adequate knowledge of the usage of information technology. Modern Technology has replaced many of the traditional modes that people had previously been using since centuries. For instance, email has replaced... Continue Reading →

Are universities preparing students for the workforce?

Today’s world, characterized by the fast-paced evolution of information technology, rapid industrialization, and modernization, demands an efficient workforce to ensure the systematic functioning of economies. University and college education is the most integral part of an individual's learning process since exposure to formal education is minimized in subsequent years.Governments allow a significant proportion of the... Continue Reading →

Applications of Behavioral Theories

Theory of Bandura Social Learning Theory Bandura proposed a theory that learning is a process which takes place with the help of cognitions. The social environment and the society plays a major role in the development of an individual. Observations and the instructions from the environment play a major role in behavior learning. Other than... Continue Reading →

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