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Title: Attitude of Female Teachers towards Religious Minorities: A Case Study of KPK Female Madrassas
Contributors: Naz, Afsheen
Keywords: Madrassa Education and Religious Minorities in Pakistan – Pakistan
Evolution of Madrassas in the Subcontinent and Pakistan
Female Madrassa Teachers and Minorities -- Pakistan
The attitudes of female madrassa teachers towards non-Muslims and social interaction with them
The justifications provided by the teachers for their attitudes towards non Muslims
The teachers and their possible biased attitudes -- Madrassa Teachers – Pakistan
Importance of madrassa education and Knowledge about other religions and existence of religious minorities – Pakistan
Importance of madrassa education and Interaction with minorities – Pakistan
Importance of madrassa education and Equality of rights – Pakistan
Importance of madrassa education and Reaction towards insulting behavior – Pakistan
Issue Date: Jul-2012
Publisher: Sustainable Development Policy Institute
Place of Publication: Islamabad, Pakistan
Series/Report no.: Sustainable Development Policy Institute; Working Paper No 123; 2012
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