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Pakistan Society

  • Date Submitted: 10/19/2011 06:54 AM
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INTRODUCTION
Although a considerable literature exists on the Pakistan Society and it has occupied center stage in world politics for the past century, the Pakistan Society has remained an enigma for those who study and formulate policies regarding the region. The ruling circles and the mass of the populations within this country are themselves not fully aware of what is happening in their society or why certain things are happening or not happening. Therefore, the functioning and state of the society remain largely misunderstood by the society themselves.I have tried give a good sketch of Pakistan Society in this research paper.
    Pakistan society is engaged in modernizing its society.Pakistan came into existence on August 14, 1947. Pakistan society’s objective is to be a modern progressive society through Islam. Islam served as a real cause for its creation. Leaders of Pakistan had strugggled for separate nation to lead a Islamic life without any interference.Pakistan’s real progress lies in Islam. The specific question examined in this research is whether Islam, as interpreted and advocated historically in   the territories that eventually gave birth to this country, has a positive, negative, or no impact on the modernization process.
          Pakistani society is ethnically diverse yet overwhelmingly Muslim. It is largely rural yet beset by the problems of hyperurbanization. Since its independence in 1947, Pakistan has enjoyed a robust and expanding economy but wealth is poorly distributed. A middle-class is emerging, but a narrow stratum of elite families maintains extremely disproportionate control over the nation's wealth, and almost one-third of all Pakistanis live in poverty. It is a male-dominated society in which social development has lagged considerably behind economic change, as revealed by such critical indicators as sanitation, access to health care, and literacy, especially among females.
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