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 →

Should Pakistan Have More Provinces?

The squabbling and present situation of Pakistan has gradually manifested itself into a greater fight; a demand for completely separate provinces, regions whose control and development will be in their own hands. After studying this matter meticulously and diligently, one would eventually come to the conclusion that the Constitution of Pakistan should not be amended... Continue Reading →

All Forms Of Beauty Should Be Celebrated

The use of the phrase “alternative beauty” already demarcates essential forms of self-expression from what we come to know and recognize socially, culturally and historically as “normal” forms of beauty: in that they are widely accepted and hailed. Expressions of beauty as a form of self-expression is neither normal or abnormal. Rather, it should be... Continue Reading →

Media’s role in Foreign policy of Pakistan

Importance of media Media is sometimes considered as the fourth concealed pillar of state after the three major pillars that make up for a democratic state. As the world changed after the World Wars and democracy flourished as the main form of government almost everywhere in the world, the demand for right to information, the... Continue Reading →

Bower’s Network Theory of Psychology

Gordon H. Bower was born in the year 1932 and his main focus was on the study of cognitive psychology. Memory behaviors and their modifications emotion and language comprehension are also the subjects on which he researched with his specialization in cognitive psychology. In the year 2005, National Medal of Science was awarded to him... Continue Reading →

Jinnah as a Constitutionalist

“Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. M.A.Jinnah did all three.”- Stanley Wolpert. Jinnah incarnated in himself a complex situation which faced various communities of sub-continent during his lifetime.The way he dealt with situations, evolving a powerful... Continue Reading →

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