Media, Religion And Politics In Pakistan
This book is a study of media texts in the Pakistani context, discussing the role and place of media in the country's social, political, religious, and historical contexts. It argues that the attitude developed under "parasitic landlordism" defines the role and scope of media, religion, politics, and social relations in Pakistani society.
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