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Roadmap to Leadership

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Roadmap to Leadership  By Abida Eijaz @abidaeijaz     The roadmap to leadership is picked from John C Maxwell’s book 5 Levels of Leadership which exquisitely explains leadership as a verb, dividing the actions… Continue reading

My leadership plan

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My leadership plan Abida Eijaz @abidaeijaz Make people believe in future with a higher purpose, act out, and empower them. A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows… Continue reading

Political Coverage in America: What worked, what went wrong, how to fix?

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Political Coverage in America: What worked, what went wrong, how to fix? Dr. Abida Eijaz @abidaeijaz From 9/11 to 11/9, the time span is almost 15 years from one disrupting incident to another… Continue reading

My Personal Code of Ethics

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My Personal Code of Ethics Today, the world is experiencing astounding developments in the field of science and technology, from the micro- discoveries to exploring galaxies. The question is whether the sorrows and… Continue reading

From Techno-war to Image-war: Pakistan is not a ‘Failed State’

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In 2005 Foreign Policy magazine published a ‘failed states index’ which mentioned Pakistan under the category of failed states. Official website of Funds for Peace organization shows that in 2005, Pakistan’s ranking on… Continue reading

Global Me: Greater Connections, Greater Responsibilities

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Global Me By Abida Eijaz Assistant Professor, University of the Punjab @abidaeijaz In a globalized world, participation and engagement of individuals is simultaneously taking place at both micro and macro levels. In this… Continue reading

Coverage of Race in America

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How the American and the Global Media Frame the Coverage of Race Abida Eijaz Assistant Professor, Institute of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab, Pakistan Twitter @abidaeijaz The issue of race revolves around… Continue reading

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