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Foucault’s analysis of mental illness

mental illness

Kalyan Bhakta Mathema Critical historian Michel Foucault’s book Madness and Civilization: A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason is a historical study of how the western society viewed and treated insane people.  He examines how the mentally ill people who were treated with much empathy in the pre modern era became the victim of isolation with rise of ...

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Minority rights and Indonesian Diaspora

Praying for protection

Photo: Jakarta Post

Nisar Ahmed A transnational movement has penetrated in Indonesia to nullify and perish the Shia sect, which has existed in the region since the fourth century. In Java, Sunni and Shia co-existence occurs mostly in areas far from the access of religious green light, such as in the domain of art and culture After the 9/11 attack in the United ...

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Role of Pakistani Media in Democratization

Role of Pakistani Media in Democratization

By Nisar Ahmed Role of Pakistani Media in Democratization “Major swindles have been uncovered by journalists. Prominent among them are the Pakistan Steel Mill’s Rs22 billion scam, NICL case, corruption in Pakistan International Airlines and Pakistan Railways, Hajj corruption case, NATO containers’ case, rental power projects and the ephedrine quota case, Malik Riaz’s (businessman) media gate in which the son ...

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Is Gilgit Baltistan Democratizing?

A woman stands in a queue to cast her vote during an election of the Legislative assembly for Northern Areas in Gilgit-Baltistan

Nisar Ahmed Ringed by world’s lofty mountain ranges including the Himalayas and the Karakorum, Gilgit Baltistan is located in a geographically strategic zone in the northern part of Pakistan. It shares borders with Wakhan corridor of Afghanistan to the north, China to the north east, Jammu and Kashmir to the south east, Azad Kashmir to the south and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ...

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Big brand theory: packaging design

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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BIG GAME

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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JavaScript With ConditionerJS

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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Formal degree vs. self taught

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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How web posture affects experience

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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How to write markdown

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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