Elements of Harassment among Urdu Women Novelists of Twentieth Century

  • Waqas Ali Ph.D Scholar, Urdu, Department of Urdu, Sarhad University of Science and Information Technology, Peshawar
  • Dr. Mian Humayun Assistant Professor, Department of Urdu, Sarhad University of Science and Information Technology, Peshawar
  • Dr. Muhammad Imtiaz Associate Professor, Govt. College of Management Sciences-I, Jallozi, Nowshera
Keywords: Harassment, threats, touching, language, discrimination, psychological, visualy, disturbing, intimidating


Harassment is an illegal behavior towards a person that causes mental or emotional suffering, which included repeated unwanted contacted without a reasonable purpose, insult, threats, touching, or offensive language. The company investigated claim of workplace harassment and racial discrimination. Harassment is a productivity of the western world. From there, this trend has spread and left its effects on eastern society, here some point will be considering. From what point of view have women novelists presented the term harassment in his Urdu novels? What types of harassment are found in the novels of women Urdu novelists? For example, verbal, physical, psychological, mentally or visually persistent, disturbing, intimidating, harassing, domestic, workplace, Arbitrators, disability based, age based, retaliation, cyberbullying and abusing to detain from his/her admit table right illegally etc. In this research article under review, an attempt has been made to explore (elements of harassment) harassment in Urdu women’s novels.

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Ali , W., Humayun , D. M., & Imtiaz , D. M. (2023). Elements of Harassment among Urdu Women Novelists of Twentieth Century. Zauq-E-Tahqeeq, 5(02), 167-176. Retrieved from https://zauq-e-tahqeeq.com/index.php/ZT/article/view/116
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