Impact of Globalization on Youth: (A Case Study of Southern Punjab)


  • Muhammad Jahangir M.Phil Sociology, Department of Sociology, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Uzair Ashraf Lecturer in Department of Sociology, NCBA&E (National College of Business Administration & Economics)
  • Syed Waqas Shabbir Ph.D (Sociology), Tehsil Polio Officer, World Health Organization, DHA Multan



Globalization, Youth, Restructuring, Society


The study was conducted on the topic “Impact of Globalization on Youth (A Case Study of Southern Punjab)” with the aim to evaluate the level of awareness about globalization, positive and negative impact of globalization, impacts of changing and restructuring the social structure of the society due to global village and values changing due to globalization. For purpose of data collection interview schedule was use as tool and selects 200 respondents from four Districts of Southern Punjab by using convenient sampling technique. The results showed that the globalization has its negative effects on youth some of the effects are; values for elder decrease, people become materialistic, having love for others instead of parents, people adopting new fashion and trends due to the globalization. All these factors affect the culture and society negatively.


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How to Cite

Jahangir, M. ., Ashraf, M. U. ., & Shabbir, S. W. . (2023). Impact of Globalization on Youth: (A Case Study of Southern Punjab). Review of Education, Administration & Law, 6(2), 429-448.