RETHINKING SECURITY IN POST 9/11 PAKISTAN: ARGUING FOR HUMAN SECURITY

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Javaria Nizam

Abstract

PURPOSESCORE


Explicitly stated, important topic, fits conference goals (3)


Purpose stated and related to conference theme (2)


Not explicitly stated but discernable, narrowly related to conference theme (1)


Unclear (0)


SIGNIFICANCE SCORE


Important issue with significant outcomes (3)


Key issue of concern may be a pilot study or work in progress (2)


Not a key or innovative topic, weak results (1)


Unimportant issue (0)


ORIGINALITYSCORE


Original work (new problem, solution or perspective) that does not duplicate previous work (3)


Replicates important work done by others (2)


Duplicates work done by others, without significant findings (1)


Old idea (0)


METHODOLOGYSCORE


Sound methodology, design clear and appropriate for the study (3) 


Design not clearly stated but methods seem appropriate (2)


Poor: Design unclear (1)


No design stated (0)


STATISTICALANALYSISSCORE


Appropriate data analysis methods (2)


Data analysis described but not comprehensive (1)


Inappropriate (0)


RESULTS/DISCUSSIONSCORE


Appropriate, explained well. Likely to provide new knowledge (3)


Not well described but discernable (2)


Outcomes not clear (1)


Proposed study (0)


OVERALLIMPRESSION


Accept for Oral (Podium) Presentation  ≥ 12


Accept for Round Table Discussion (2)≥ 08


Accept for Poster (1)                          ≥ 05


Do not accept (0)                                < 05

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How to Cite
Javaria Nizam. (2020). RETHINKING SECURITY IN POST 9/11 PAKISTAN: ARGUING FOR HUMAN SECURITY. EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND INNOVATION (ERI), 3(2), 3-4. Retrieved from http://eri.com.pk/index.php/eri/article/view/98