Difference Between Media And Secularism

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International Relations: Term Report Social Context: Overview Secularism is a very broad term representing a variety of different contexts. In the social context secularism refers to freedom. Freedom in all aspects but particularly related to religion. One must have the fundamental right to choose his/her own religion and practice it in their own manner, one may believe in any sort of ideologies without any interference from external entities, however, religious ideologies are to be kept as an internal matter and not a public or state matter. As Mohammad Ali Jinnah once said: “Religion is merely a matter between man and God.” According to Hassan Nisar a popular critic who often critiques various political parties and systems, he believes that our system is like an engine or a machine, and a machine is always secular. Hindus, Christians, Jews, and other religions all are a part of our community and one religion cannot be the prime focus of our laws and legislation. Social Context: MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT People might not realize but media and secularism are interlinked. Media comprises of groups, individuals, websites, TV channels and other forms, that have the job to convey information to people. The media has the power to alter the ideologies and mindsets of the masses. The media acts as an informative bridge between the government and its actions and the public. Media may consist of print media; publications on paper, electronic media; Television and radio as well as

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