MISUSE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
This study aims to explore the negative impact of education on the individual and societies. For investigating the proposition of this study a sample of 4060 respondents were selected from the various geological space which include Pakistan, UK, India, USA, China, Indonesia, Turkey, and Thailand, Australia, Germany, UAE, Panama, Albania, the findings of this paper confirmed the very contrasting facts for the space of selected regions as the whole that though the educations and teachings makes man, human but at times this educations also brought its negative and drastic side effects on the individuals and make people plunged in self assertiveness and ethnocentrism.
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