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Surveys
Political Behaviour in Pakistan: PIPS survey challenges conventional wisdom
Summary
Published: February 10, 2006

This survey conducted by the Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS) targeted two groups: registered political party workers and voters. The objective of this exercise was to identify some of the key determinants of political behaviour in Pakistan. It also explored the nature of party...........
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Radicalization: Perceptions of Educated Youth in Pakistan

Published: September 20, 2010

Any study that seeks to understand the phenomenon of radicalization in any society cannot afford to ignore the educated youth. This segment gains even more significance in Pakistan where an estimated 103 million people, or 63 percent of the population, are less than 25...........
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Radicalization in Pakistan: Understanding the Phenomenon

Published: June 06, 2010

Pakistan has adopted a two-pronged strategy to fight the menace of religious militancy: it has tried to undertake development activities in the troubled northwest of the country, hoping to wean its people from militant influence by addressing their economic grievances; and..........
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Radicalization among Educated Pakistani Youth
Saba Noor
Published: March 30, 2009

Radicalization has a long history in Pakistan and its spread among various segments of society has long been debated. Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies and the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, jointly conducted an empirical quantitative research study to identify..........
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Mapping the Madrasa Mindset: Political Attitudes of Pakistani Seminaries
Muhammad Amir Rana
Published: March 24, 2009

Pakistani madaris are perceived as a catalyst factor promoting orthodox views. Many analysts view that their role in shaping the views of the masses and their students is a serious concern for many. Their affiliation with political, sectarian and militant organizations is also a major..........
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Human Rights Reporting in Pakistani Media

Published: December 31, 2008

To understand the media narratives and journalists’ understanding of human rights reporting in Pakistan, the Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS) conducted a survey with journalists and media representatives during July and October 2008. The purpose was to comprehend..........
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Opinion poll on Blasphemous caricatures of Prophet Mohmmad (Peace Be Upon Him)
Coordinator: Muhammad Amir Rana
Published: March 10, 2006

The blasphemous caricatures of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten and later in some other European countries led to strong and bitter reaction and violent protests in the Muslim world. In Pakistan also, there were violent protests...........
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