Urdu language

Urdu is an Indo-Aryan language. It is evolved out of the various mutually intelligible dialects of Prakarit ,used across India long before the invasion of Muslims. The Muslims enriched it by incorporating Persian, Turkish and Arabic words. They employed the Parso-Arabic script for the local dialects(Rehman,2011,Islam,2011).It is one of the largest languages of the Indian … Read more

Personality disorders

Introduction Personality disorders are known as a class of mental disorders characterized by a stable and continuous pattern of thoughts, feelings and behavior during adolescence or early adulthood, deviating from the norm accepted by the individual’s culture, which are inflexible about many aspects in life and are associated with significant distress or disability (Ashton, 2013). … Read more

OAU/AU Peace mediation machinery established for resolution of conflicts

ABSTRACT In a consultation during the Second World War (WW.H) considerable attention was given to regionalism since states believe that only regional organizations could more effectively police world peace. Thus in May 1963 some prominent African leaders came together and formed the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) which later metamorphosed into the African Union (AU) … Read more

The Sources of Information

2.1.1: Primary Date Primary data is information collected by the researcher directly through instruments such as surveys, interviews, focus groups or observations. Primary research provides the researcher with the most accurate and up-to-date data. (ehow, Jennifer Neel) Sources of Primary Data: Sources of primary data will include Autobiographies, diaries, surveys, opinion polls etc. 2.1.2: Secondary … Read more

The concept of deconstruction

The concept of “deconstruction” was introduced by French philosopher Jacques Derrida. Later, deconstruction was developed to interrogate the assumptions of Western thought by reversing or displacing the binary oppositions that provide its foundation. (Shen, 2012) To deconstruct colonial discourse is not simply a process of expelling colonizers but more importantly reconstructing the cultural code that … Read more

Intelligence Analysis

Question 1: Applying the Intelligence Community’s Analytic Standards, contained in Intelligence Community Directive 203, are essential for quality work to be produced by the IC. The job of an intelligence analyst is difficult enough as it is. History is replete with enough examples of failures of the US IC to share information amongst one another, … Read more

The effects of globalisation on music

In this assignment I will be discussing and understanding the effects of globalisation on music with a wider cross-cultural context. I will be applying appropriate arguments to current business directions taking into consideration trends of globalisation. Discussing monopolization and the sustainability of the ‘big three’ major record labels, I will explain how the dominance of … Read more