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Impact of Terrorism on the Psychology of Working Women in Pakistan: A Case Study of Sindh

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.2, No. 2)

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Page : 462-465

Keywords : Anxiety; Terror; Psychology; Psychologically ill health; Depression;

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The impact of terrorism is dangerous and creates a number of problems for working women and demolishes possessions, autonomy and brings monetary problems and destroys human psychology. Working women in Pakistan are very much afraid and disturb because of sudden suicide bomb attacks, assassinations, and planned armed robberies. Now- a- days it is very difficult for working women to move from home to workplace because of uncertain security situations. They feel insecure and their motivational working capabilities are weakening day-by-day as they suffer psychologically, socially, economically, ethically and religiously. This study is based on this issue and to study the intensity of terrorism on psychology of working women in Pakistan. In our study, primary and secondary research methodology is used and sample is Karachi, Sindh province of Pakistan. A schedule as open ended questionnaire of 10 questions were asked by 100 working women from different sectors such as; education, health, multinational organizations, NGO�s, daily wage earners, working women in beauty parlors, tuition centers etc. This study is based on qualitative and quantative research and results are tabulated and analyzed with the help of statistics.

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