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Power Discourse and Educational Policy: Society and the Dilemma of Social Change

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The article examines the ideological forces that are influencing educational policies and curriculum debates in Pakistan. In Pakistan, ideology has gripped education and contemporary, global economic and cultural changes taking place are put on the back burners. As the result, the government of Pakistan has failed to address economic woes of people; poverty, illiteracy, crimes have increased. These conditions have added to the already worsening plight of education, which is focused on religious ideology and not on preparing students for the job market or to face changing global society.
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Keywords: Islamization movement; Muslim societies; Pakistan; cultural history; educational policies; globalization; ideology; knowledge discourse

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2018

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