International Research Journal of Arts and Humanities

Articles from Vol. 39, No. 39, 2011

Code-Switching in Television Talk Shows and Its Impact on Viewers
IntroductionCode switching is a very important aspect of bilingualism, and is considered a natural occurrence when two bilingual speakers engage in discourse. Mostly, such speakers are not consciously aware that they are code switching. Nonetheless,...
Diversity in Unity
Pakistan is divided, politically into four major provinces, Punjab, Sindh, N.W.F.P. and Balochistan, but physically, Pakistan can be divided into three regions: (i) The Northern Region, (ii) The Central Region (Indus Valley), and (iii) The Eastern Desert...
Editorial Note
The 39 volume of International Journal of Arts and Humanities, published under my editorship comprises ten blind reviewed articles (reviewed by national and international reviewers). The articles/papers cover a vast area in the filed of arts and humanities...
Gender Difference and L2 Writing
1.1 IntroductionLearning Second Language (L2) is deemed to be a quite different phenomenon from Mother Tongue (LI) acquisition. Mistakes and errors, no doubts, are committed while learning both LI and L2. Native speakers of any language either children...
Heer Ranjho
Faqeer Mian Ghulam Ali "Masroor" Badvi2007, Sindhi Adabi Board,Jamshoro, SindhHeer Ranjho, a narrative poetry, written by Faqeer Mian Ghulam Ali "Masroor" Badvi and prologue by Bedal Masroor Badvi, published by Sindhi Adabi Board. The sanctity as well...
Law and Order Situation in Sindh and Its Impacts on Politics: 1988-1999: An Assessment
IntroductionThe law and order condition in Sindh was the foremost severe matter before the governments (1988-1999) to manage. The purpose of the study is to scrutinize the law and order situation in Sindh and its impact on politics. The study takes in;...
Preface
The 39 volume of International Journal of Arts & Humanities [IRJAH] is in your kind hands. This Journal is published by Faculty of Arts, University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Sindh, Pakistan. The Journal is sponsored and approved by the Higher Education...
Promoting Critical Pedagogy in Language Education
IntroductionThe research assumes that critical thinking in Essay writing expands the learning experience and makes the language more meaningful for the learners - a vehicle through which they can gradually discover themselves in the process of language...
Self-Representation in Sara Suleri's Meatless Days
IntroductionAutobiographical writings have significantly contributed to identity formation for women. The genre emphasizes the birth of female experience, interdependent existence and consciousness of self to -achieve desired aims. Suleri's 'Meatless...
Something to Tell You: Spaces for Dialogue in Postcolorial London
Something to Tell You, Kureishi's flawed but enjoyable fifth novel, centers around the attempts of the mixed-race character Jamal to prevent the coming to light of a violent act of his youth. The novel flashes back to the "mid-1970s" (Kureishi 2008:...
Terror War and Pakistan: Limited Options for the Nation
IntroductionWar is no joke. It is an extreme outcome of amalgamation of impatience and anger. It has the role in making and breaking; breaking and making a nation, a country.. It shapes up the world map in a new perspective. Since ages it appears and...
Understanding How Improvement-Oriented High School Teachers Pursue Curriculum Adaptation in High Schools in Gilgit-Balitistan
IntroductionIn education, curriculum is an important means of achieving educational goals. The formulation of national curriculum therefore needs to be based on a set of explicitly articulated goals. Such goals may reflect an emphasis on the development...
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