In the Authoritarian style of government on the other hand, has many benefits, advantages and like any other type of government, has its own disadvantages and weaknesses. I remember in our previous discussions, we talked about Hobbes’ state of nature which states that a person is naturally selfish and that without a government, there would be total chaos so in result, man agrees to be a part of a government. In this sense, man would agree to be under that government and would agree to be served. It is not assured that there would not be chaos if one joins a government but through this form of government, war would be lessened – and it could be render void. Under this type of government, there are benefits and advantages as well as restrictions.
Correspondingly, the government that George Orwell brings to the attention of the audience compared to our government, also has four branches in their government, they are known as the Ministries of Truth, Love, Peace, and Plenty. As described by Orwell, the Ministry of Truth is responsible for education, entertainment, fine arts and the news. In other words, it is the government departments ultimate responsibility is to spread the rumors and popularity. The Ministry of Love is responsible for maintaining law and order; the Ministry of peace, as Orwell introduces doublespeak, is concerned with war; and the Ministry of Plenty is responsible for the economy (eNotes). Similarly, our government has four branches as well.
Conflict theorists contend that the broad communications serve to keep up the benefits of specific groups. Additionally, while securing their interests, dominant groups may restrict the representation of others in the media. The term overwhelming dominant ideology
It has been contaminated by political influences. Today, the media has many vital roles in a modern democracy such as; political lies, reviling the truth to the public as well as helping to aid with the hypocrisy of the nation. Democracy is commonly defined as by Abraham Lincoln “A Government of the people, by the people and for the people”. In today’s society, liberation and democracy walk hand in hand. Democracy, in my view, is only capable of exsisting with a
But if the government might be able to help make a program that would allow there to be supported funds. There will also be creative bullies that are going to find a way around the filter. Whether that means sending pictures or videos that will not be limited by the filter that only regulates the actual words and captions typed. Another disadvantage would be that not all profanity is used in a negative way, some use it in a positive way or just as their casual language, and this would limit those types of people’s freedom to post how they would like
Title of the Paper -The Role of Media in promoting the prospects of MSME’s in India Author – Ritu Talwar Guest Lecturer Department of Journalism and Mass Communication Gulbarga University Gulbarga. Abstract Media also called the fourth estate is a major pillar of democracy. Amongst its many roles are included that of being an interpreter and watchdog. Media workers are in essence interpreters of information. They sift through piles and piles of information to extract meaningful and relevant data which the average person can understand.
He also said that the democratic of politicians and governments may find that is useful to simulate the political virtues of transparency through rhetorical and media manipulation in the age of mass media. Besides, Knisch and Kratzenstein (2010) said the
If act differently media are grossly disregard of democratic and human rights of citizens. It is often said that the power of the media lies in manipulating the public. We believe that it is just the opposite notion: powerlessness of the media to disseminate the truth. If the media cannot resist the influence of different groups, this means that it is not free. It is the subordination of the media and freedom.
Enhances self-esteem Another reason why the government should encourage freedom of speech is to help people develop poise to express their views without fear of being condemned or punished. By doing so, people can challenge the rules and laws and fight for what they believe is right. Such inspired folks are usually front-runners in economic development. 3. New ideas foster development The benefits of freedom of speech are somewhat obvious, for instance, sharing of ideas can enhance productivity at the workplace, not to mention that it fosters social relationship.