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Home Of The World's Second-largest Muslim Population, Epicenter Of The Global Jihad, Location Of Perhaps The Planet's Most Dangerous Borderlands, And Armed With Nuclear Weapons, Pakistan May Go A Long Way Toward Determining What The World Looks Like. This Work Presents And Evaluates The Scenarios For How The Country Can Develop, Evolve, And Act.
Making Sense of Pakistan HURST C & CO PUBLISHERS
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Pakistan's transformation from a country once projected as a model of Muslim enlightenment to a state now threatened by an Islamist take over dominates the headlines. Many account for the change by pointing to Pakistan's controversial partnership with the United States since 9/11; others see it as a consequence of Pakistan's long history of authoritarian rule, which has marginalized liberal opinion and left the field open for inroads by the religious right. Farzana Shaikh argues that while external influences and domestic politics have unquestionably shaped the direction of change, the country's social and political decline is rooted primarily in uncertainty about the meaning of Pakistan and the significance of 'being Pakistani'. She shows how this has pre-empted a consensus on the role of Islam in the public sphere, which has encouraged the spread of political Islam. It has also widened the gap between personal piety and public morality, corrupting the country's economic foundations and tearing apart its social fabric. More ominously still, it has given rise to a new and dangerous symbiosis between the country's powerful armed forces and Muslim extremists. They have been rival contenders in the struggle to redefine the meaning of Pakistan but their convergence, enhanced by internal and foreign conflicts, has led to the militarization of society and the Islamization of the military. Drawing on her earlier work on the origins of Pakistan, Shaikh demonstrates how the culture and ideology that constrained Indo-Muslim politics in the years leading to Partition in 1947 have left their mark on the country. In this broad yet discriminating study, these insights from history are skilfully deployed to better understand Pakistan's troubled present.
Książki & Multimedia > Muzyka
Opis - Limitowana, podwójna winylowa edycja
Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Law>Laws of Specific jurisdictions>Criminal law & procedure>Criminal procedureKsiążki Obcojęzyczne>A...
In 2011, The Author, A Twenty-three Year-old Scottish Lawyer, Moved To Pakistan To Work In A New Legal Chambers In Lahore. Filled Characters Ranging From Blasphemers Reading Richard Dawkins In Karachi To Shepherds Caught Up In The US War On Terror, This Story Of Pakistan Is Also A Universal Story Of The Pursuit Of Justice In An Uncertain World.
Jeffrey C. Alexander - Trauma Wiley & Sons
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In this book Jeffrey C. Alexander develops an original social theory of trauma and uses it to carry out a series of empirical investigations into social suffering around the globe.§Alexander argues that traumas are not merely psychological but collective experiences, and that trauma work plays a key role in defining the origins and outcomes of critical social conflicts. He outlines a model of trauma work that relates interests of carrier groups, competing narrative identifications of victim and perpetrator, utopian and dystopian proposals for trauma resolution, the performative power of constructed events, and the distribution of organizational resources.§Alexander explores these processes in richly textured case studies of cultural-trauma origins and effects, from the universalism of the Holocaust to the particularism of the Israeli right, from postcolonial battles over the Partition of India and Pakistan to the invisibility of the Rape of Nanjing in Maoist China. In a particularly controversial chapter, Alexander describes the idealizing discourse of globalization as a trauma-response to the Cold War.§Contemporary societies have often been described as more concerned with the past than the future, more with tragedy than progress. In Trauma: A Social Theory, Alexander explains why.
A Critical Study of Bapsi Sidhwa's Major Works LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
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Bapsi Sidhwa (born 1938) is an author of Pakistani origin who writes in English and is resident in America. She is best known for her collaborative work with Indo-Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta: Sidhwa wrote both the 1991 novel Ice Candy Man which served as the basis for Mehta's 1998 film Earth as well as the 2006 novel Water: A Novel which is based upon Mehta's 2005 film Water.The novels of Bapsi Sidhwa represent social changes in Parsi community in particular and Indian society in general. Change is a continuous process which will never stop at any point. In fact, change means development and it is necessary to live the life with an era of science and technology. The present books aims also at examining her works as the works of Parsi sensibility in a Muslim dominated state of Pakistan. The attempt is to focus on Bapsi Sidhwa as a women and as a writer.
Fazal Sheikh: Portraits Wydawnictwo: Steidl
WYDAWNICTWA ALBUMOWE > Fotografia > Tematyczna
Fazal Sheikh: Portraits ISBN: 9783865218193 Autor: Sheikh Fazal Rok wydania: 2010-12-20 Ilość stron: 304 Oprawa: twarda Format: 210x260 mm The portrait is central to Fazal Sheikhs work. For more than two decades, as he has worked in different communities around the world, the invitation to sit for a portrait has been one of the principle means by which he has established a link with his subjects and been allowed to enter and document their lives. Often these have been people in crisis: displaced from their homes and their countries, at risk from violence, poverty and prejudice. This book takes in the full range of Fazal Sheikhs work, from his earliest portraits taken in African refugee camps, through long-term projects in Afghanistan and Northern Pakistan, Somalia and Kenya, to more recent work in South America and in India. It considers the role of the portrait within this kind of social enquiry: the balance of its aesthetic and narrative qualities, its capacity for empathy and also for distance; the values of the collaborative portrait, and the moral ambivalence that surrounds this approach to documenting the lives of disadvantaged people within the context of contemporary art. Fazal Sheikh was born in 1965 in New York City. His previous books include A Sense of Common Ground (Scalo 1996), The Victor Weeps (Scalo 1998), A Camel for the Son and Ramadan Moon (International Human Rights Series 2001), Moksha (Steidl 2005), Ladli (Steidl 2007) and The Circle (Steidl 2008), Fazal Sheikh (TF Editores 2009). Professor Eduardo Cadava teaches English and Comparative Literature at Princeton University. His books include Words of Light: Theses on the Photography of History (Princeton UP, 1997), and Emerson and the Climates of History (Stanford UP, 1997).
Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Society & social sciences>Sociology & anthropology>Anthropology>Social & cultural anthropology, ethnogr...
This Authoritative Work Sheds Light On The Religious World Of The Kalasha People Of The Birir Valley Of The Pakistani District Of Chitral, Focusing On Their Winter Feasts Which Culminate In A Great Winter Solstice Festival.
Negotiating Risk Berghahn Books Ltd.
Medycyna > English Division
Drawing on fieldwork with British Pakistani clients of a UK genetics service, this book explores the personal and social implications of a 'genetic diagnosis'. Through case material and comparative discussion, the book identifies practical ethical dilemmas raised by new genetic knowledge and shows how, while being shaped by culture, these issues also cross-cut differences of culture, religion and ethnicity. The book also demonstrates how identifying a population-level elevated 'risk' of genetic disorders in an ethnic minority population can reinforce existing social divisions and cultural stereotypes. The book addresses questions about the relationship between genetic risk and clinical practice that will be relevant to health workers and policy makers. This is a thoughtful examination of important issues of risk, genetic information and the development of diaspora specific narratives. It is both systematic and engaging, which is not an easy thing to accomplish. Overall I think Shaw has made a remarkable contribution to a topic which is rife with words printed but sadly lacking in innovative approaches.A" * Stephen Lyon, Durham University - an excellent piece of work [that] addresses a very important debate at the intersection of clinical genetics, delivery of health services to ethnic minorities and anthropology * Bob Simpson, Durham University
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With More Than 35 Years Experience Of Jihadist Activism, Abu Mus'ab Al-Suri Remains The Foremost Theoretician In The Global Jihadist Movement Today, Despite His Capture In Pakistan In Late 2005. This Book Includes A Translation Of Two Key Chapters From Al-Suri's Seminal Work The Global Islamic Resistance Call.
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Opis - Publikacja zawiera trzynaście wywiadów przeprowadzonych w latach 2011 - 2013 przez Roberta Żurka, badacza najnowszych dziejów polsko - niemieckich, z członkami enerdowskiej opozycji, którzy czerpali inspirację z Polski. Wschodni sąsiad był dla wielu przeciwników reżimu komunistycznego w NRD źródłem nadziei i wzorem do naśladowania. Część z nich specjalnie uczyła się języka polskiego, by czytać polskie wydawnictw podziemne i dyskutować z polskimi opozycjonistami. Niektórzy za zarażenie się polską wolnością - i próbę infekowania nią współobywateli - zapłacili wysoką cenę. Warto o tej pięknej, nieco zapomnianej i niedocenionej karcie polsko - niemieckiego sąsiedztwa przypomnieć. Wywiady te są też świadectwem wierności ponadczasowym wartościom uniwersalnym, takim jak odwaga cywilna, solidarność międzyludzka, odpowiedzialność społeczna. Heimgard Mehlhorn, żona przedwcześnie zmarłego działacza opozycji Ludwiga Mehlhorna, na koniec rozmowy powiedziała: "po śmierci męża listownie, mailowo albo osobiście dowiadywałam się od ludzi młodszych niż on [...], jak głęboko i świadomie ulegali jego wpływowi. A w tym jest długofalowa nadziej!". Oby ten tom umacniał taką nadzieję. Nazwa - Zarażeni polską wolnością Autor - Robert Żurek Oprawa - Miękka Wydawca - IPN Kod ISBN - 9788376299013 Kod EAN - 9788376299013 Rok wydania - 2015 Język - polski Format - 14.0x20.5cm Ilość stron - 254 Podatek VAT - 5%
Seeking Opportunities in Crisis Trilateral Commission,The,U.S.
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Recent developments, especially the devastating economic crisis, have highlighted the world's growing interdependence and drawn attention to the need to reform the structures of global governance. The scope of the challenges facing the international community has led to heated debate regarding the most effective and appropriate responses but also presents a singular opportunity to strengthen international cooperation. Drawing on the proceedings of the 2009 Trilateral Commission meeting in Tokyo, this volume outlines different perspectives on how countries from around the world should work together to ensure a sustainable economic recovery, jointly address global security threats, and improve governance at the regional and international levels. Contents of this book are as follows: Global Financial Crisis - The Road Forward Toyoo Gyohten (Institute for International Monetary Affairs, Tokyo), E. Gerald Corrigan (Goldman Sachs Bank), and Rudi Bogni (Old Mutual and Prospect Publishing); Future Directions for Global Economic Recovery Luis Tellez (Bolsa Mexicana), Edmund Alphandery (CNP Assurances), and Zhang Yunling (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences); and, The Threat of Protectionism to Global Recovery Narongchai Akrasanee (Export-Import Bank of Thailand), Susan Schwab (University of Maryland), Peter Sutherland (former director general of the WTO), and Chandrajit Banerjee (Confederation of Indian Industry). It also includes Prospects for Regional Development in East Asia Jusuf Wanandi (Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta), John Hewson (GlobalDC, Sydney), Yang Jiemian (Shanghai Institutes for International Studies), Rajiv Sikri (former secretary, Indian Ministry of External Affairs), Hitoshi Tanaka (Japan Center for International Exchange), and Kim Sung-Han (Korea University). It also includes: The Japanese Economy Yoshimasa Hayashi (Japanese House of Councillors), Sachio Semmoto (EMOBILE Ltd., Tokyo), and Naoki Tanaka (Center for International Public Policy Studies, Tokyo); Afghanistan-Pakistan - Implications for the Trilateral Partnership Gordon Smith (University of Victoria), Masashi Nishihara (Research Institute for Peace and Security, Tokyo), and Stefano Silvestri (Institute of International Affairs, Rome); The New U.S. Administration - Meeting Challenges, Managing Expectations R. Nicholas Burns (Harvard Kennedy School), Yoichi Funabashi (Asahi Shimbun), and Wolfgang Ischinger (Allianz SE, Munich); and, The Intellectual Underpinnings of the Trilateral Partnership in the 21st Century Henry Kissinger (Kissinger Associates).
Soaring Beyond Boundaries Sense Publishers
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Higher education systems in many countries are undergoing significant changes in response to variety of local, national, and international pressures. Among these, the shift from elitism to the provision of mass higher education; increased impact of internationalization and globalization, which are increasingly blurring national boundaries; increased competition among universities for limited resources to support higher education sector; the impact of technology and the knowledge economy; and the continuing quest educational for equity. While universities in many countries, both developed and developing, have worked diligently respond to various national and international demands, some issues persist; the continuing marginalization of women scholars. While many would agree that women, especially in Western contexts, have achieved significant accomplishments, research on academic women in the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Canada, Australia and the United States highlights concerns and challenges that confront women students and scholars, albeit with varying degrees. In many of these countries, women constitute at least 50% of the undergraduate student population and some graduate programs. However, there are continuing disparities in the representation of women scholars within higher ranks of the academy. Given what we already know about the position of women in the academy, what is so significant about account of women represented in this book? Lessons from colleagues in Western universities provide important models for understanding some aspects of gendered identity of women scholars; however, a deeper understanding of educational experiences for women in countries such as China, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, may potentially offer innovative insights to our current understanding of gender within education. In this age of globalization, there are common themes that transcend the experiences of women across very different social, cultural, economic, and political contexts. Therefore, accounts of women scholars represented in this volume demonstrate that the experiences women scholars are not isolated incidents but global phenomena, and may offer alternative approaches to problems that seem insurmountable to women at the bottom of the professional ladder. Further, the experiences of non-Western women scholars are important because it is only through an understanding of their educational conditions that institutions can implement policies and practices to respond effectively, and to create work environments that are supportive to professional aspirations of these scholars. Effective policies can only be attained when there is a clear understanding of the barriers and challenges female scholars. Given that gender concerns, especially in non-Western countries, have historically occupied and to some extent continue to occupy a marginal position in the daily operations of institutions of higher education, it is critical to highlight their potentially harmful effects not only on women scholars, but on institutions as well.
Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Society & social sciences>Politics & government
Provides A Comparative View Of The Conditions, Roles And Functioning Of Political Parties In Five Countries Of The South Asian Region - Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka And Pakistan. This Work Addresses The Challenges Of Politics As Experienced By The
Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Biography & True Stories>MemoirsKsiążki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Society & social sciences>Education&...
Presents The Author's Extensive Work In Azad Kashmir And Pakistan After A Massive Earthquake Hit The Region In 2005. This Book Offers Information On The Unique Ways He Has Built Relationships With Islamic Clerics, Militia Commanders, And Tribal Leaders Ev
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