FEUDALISM AND GOOD GOVERNANCE: FROM PERSPECTIVE OF PAKISTANI YOUTH

  • Dr. Mustafa Hyder Department of Public Administration, University of Karachi
  • Ms. Tehmina Faisal Department of Public Administration, University of Karachi
  • Dr. Shahid Zaheer Zaidi Department of Public Administration, University of Karachi

Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of this research is to find whether feudalism has been a hindering force in the face of human development. The common perception is that the feudal mindset has always resisted the improvisation of the living standards of the marginalized poor and overall human development in the country. Low HDI is one of the main measures to judge the government is good or bad.


Methodology: The research is based on simple random sampling among the students of University of Karachito collect the primary information through a questionnaire constituting 15 queries and study literature to have an insight of the topic and to make the logical connections.


Findings: Our study explores the relation between feudalism and good governance in Pakistan, by connecting the impact of feudalism on human development which is an actual essence of good governance.


Unique contribution to theory, practice and policy: In the research, we have studied the modern concept of good governance and how it is affected by the prevalent feudal system in the country.


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Author Biographies

Dr. Mustafa Hyder, Department of Public Administration, University of Karachi

Assistant Professor

Ms. Tehmina Faisal, Department of Public Administration, University of Karachi

Lecturer

Dr. Shahid Zaheer Zaidi, Department of Public Administration, University of Karachi

Assistant Professor

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2019-06-10
How to Cite
HYDER, Dr. Mustafa; FAISAL, Ms. Tehmina; ZAIDI, Dr. Shahid Zaheer. FEUDALISM AND GOOD GOVERNANCE: FROM PERSPECTIVE OF PAKISTANI YOUTH. Journal of Developing Country Studies, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 1, p. 1 - 8, june 2019. Available at: <https://www.iprjb.org/journals/index.php/JDCS/article/view/913>. Date accessed: 04 aug. 2020.
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