Pakistan Study Centre

University of Peshawar

PS-719 THE HISTORY OF MEDIA AND PRESS LAWS IN PAKISTAN

PS-719 THE HISTORY OF MEDIA AND PRESS LAWS IN PAKISTAN:

a.             A brief history of mass media in Indo-Pak subcontinent with special emphasis on the growth of Muslim Press.

b.            Eminent Muslim journalists and newspapers.

c.             History of media laws in the Sub-continent.

d.            Media Laws and Regulations in Pakistan.

e.             Introduction to media in Pakistan.

f.             Press in NWFP: History and development.

g.            Development of radio: television, and film in Pakistan.

h.             Press-state relations: History and development.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Aamer, Umer. A History of Press in NWFP, Peshawar: Free Lance Research Publications, 1986.

Ahuja, B.N. History of Press, Press Laws and Communications, New Delhi: Surjeet Publications. 1988.

Hajazi, Miskeen Ali. Pakistan-o-Hind Mein Muslim Sahafat Ke Muktasar Tareen Tareekh, Lahore: Sang-i-Meel Publications, 1989.

Hassan, Mehdi. Jadid Ablagh-e-.Aam, Islamabad: Muqtadira Qaumi Zuban, 1995.

Jabnbar, Javed. and Isa, Qasi Faez. Mass Media Laws and Regulations in Pakistan. Singapore: Amic. 1997.

Khurshid, Abdus Salam. Dastan-i-Sahafat, Lahore: Maktabai Carvaan, 1989.

Khurshid, Abdus Salam. Journalism in Pakistan, Lahore: United Publishers Ltd., 1964.

Khurshid, Abdus Salam. Sahafat Pakistan-wa-Hind Mein, Lahore: Maktabai Carvaan, 1992.

Malik, Ajmal.) Sahafat Suba Sarhad Maain, Lahore: Lahore Book Channel, 1982.

Niazi, Zamir. The Web of Censorship, Karachi: Oxford University Press, 1994.

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