SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL SCIENCE EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN

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MUHAMMAD AZEEM

Abstract

How would we capture the decay of the sociologies in Pakistan? Is it merely cash or one of sending more understudies toward the West who may then re-visitation of educating at the neighborhood colleges? In this article I contend that the arrangement lies somewhere else. Getting edges, ideas, and diagnostic procedures dependent on the idea of universalism runs a genuine danger of forcing outsider perspectives on neighborhood issues. Also, endeavors to become 'logical' require evading esteem decisions of good and awful. The current Western mastery of the scholarly scene favors a solitary course for sociology advancement, and slaughters all variety. Nonetheless, while we may acquire as much as we pick, we have to assemble our own casings that would support the sociologies, and this is conceivable simply by reconnecting with our own past.

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How to Cite
MUHAMMAD AZEEM. (2020). SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL SCIENCE EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN AND SOCIETY, 2(2), 23-32. Retrieved from http://ijhs.com.pk/index.php/IJHS/article/view/193