Since the upsurge of plastic surgery failure has worried global citizens, people try to sort out the stem of the problem, which are cultural phenomena. Cultural phenomena are the process of growing a prevalent trend not only in a local region, but also in a global term. Sometimes, cultural phenomena are promoted in the media. Undoubtedly, cultural phenomena have exerted pressure on people to take cruel steps in order to satisfy the beauty expectancy created by the general thoughts. These radical methods have already put people in jeopardies.
The burning of these banned books is meant to be a way of censoring targeted ideas and messages in a dystopian society. Similarly, our society has once tried to censor certain books by creating a banned book list in the United States. This list challenged books that mentioned controversial topics, and the ideas from these books were silence and censored from the public. Another similar trait shared by our society and the society in Fahrenheit 451 is how media and technology have made an impact on the functioning of society. This impact can be found in Fahrenheit 451's society when observing the way average citizens, like Mildred, spend their time.
This perception of Islam is enlarging globally more and more because of some reasons such as terrorist attacks in non-Muslim countries, effect of media on the people, misunderstanding of Islam, and lack of the true representative Muslims in non-Muslim countries. First of all, existence of some terrorist groups which call their selves ‘Muslim’ is can be seen as the most remarkable reason for islamophobia. To illustrate, ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) organizes suicide bomb attacks in many countries and they claim that they justify this attacks with Islam and different interpreting of Quran. These attacks pose a threat for the innocent people all around the world and cause a massive fear from Muslims among non-Muslim people. What’s more, due to ISIS’s belief that it represents the Islam, people generalize all Muslims as terrorists.
A study researched on social work practice (Adams, Figley & Boscarino 2007) pointed out that ‘compassion fatigue as a risk factor for social workers counseling traumatized clients and its association with psychological problems’. 5. Compassion fatigue in media Overloading information or saturating newspapers and news show in media is also one of the components that lead to compassion fatigue. By reporting too many decontextualized image as well as tragedy and suffering stories, media unintentionally made the public become cynical and hesitate to help poor people. Moeller (as cited in Macmillan) outlined a direct connection between the ‘constant flow of horrific imagery oriented by the media and audiences’ lessening ability to feel’.
On 1st October 1990 the Rwandese Patriotic Front, with a force power of 7,000, attacked Rwanda. Due to this attack a policy of propaganda was adopted by the government which, as a result, caused all Tutsis to be labelled as members of the Rwandese Patriotic Front and all Hutus members of opposing parties to be labelled as traitors. This propaganda was spread through the press, media and radio and it created more tension and problems in the country (Outreach Programme on the Rwanda Genocide and the United
However, what we claim as a mind is actually culture. Nevertheless, on the grounds that a culture is comprised of such huge numbers of subtleties, this is the reason guests to another culture may encounter culture shock causing distress with being in a new culture. The investigators of world culture see social citizenship as a system of self-conceiving and being made in connection with country states and multinational methodology (Aihwa, 1996). Though numerous researchers affirm that prejudice has been traded by 'social fundamentalism' in figuring out who has a place or does not have a place in Western popular governments, this exposition fights that various leveled methodologies of racial and social contrast converge in a perplexing, unforeseen manner to find minorities of shading from various class foundations. Open support manages open authorities the chance to take advantage of diverse citizen learning that may help take care of complex social issues (Hafer, 2016).
“The Toll Price Hike Trap: The Role of News Media in Shaping Public Opinion” had been selected as a topic that is worth studying as it involved public’s attention and interest where the private road transport (PLUS Malaysia Berhad) had occurred increment on pricing measurement which happened since last October 2015. The changing demands of toll price hikes causes major impact, especially towards the individuals (secondary, college and university students), business enterprises or organizations in Malaysia. On top of that, the government has a massive power of controlling the news media to release the actual information to the public with the compliment to please or to satisfy the consumers directly and indirectly as Malaysia listed as upper-middle income country where it holds highly open economy. Thus, this shows how the media coverage shapes perception towards people that send out their opinion. What is more, people can get various information from other sources rather than from the news media.
Debates about content regulation have been dominated by pro-censorship and anti-censorship arguments. More recently there has been emergence of repressive laws and rising attacks on creative artists. Increased fear of a robust and aggressive creative industry by government cannot also be ignored. Countries like Australia and South Africa have come out strongly in pushing for change to legislation and a review of the classification guidelines. In Kenya, the Film and Classification Boards proposed has sparked mixed reactions mainly from Social media bloggers, advertisers and artists.
Threat’ in the 21st century. Minority ethnic/religious communities who are perceived to be associated with the violence are characterised as communities that might be harbouring extremists and threatening individuals. Numerous studies have shown mass media to articulate dominant social values, ideologies and developments, and that these characteristics often lead to misrepresentation or stereotypical portrayals of minorities in the media (Hall, 1990). The use of the media to incite a fear based control of a population, also used a mechanism to manufacture consent, through normalization, socialization and popularization. The media has also played a part in fuelling this anti-Islamic feeling.
The Tunisian, who was a radicalized Muslim according to the authorities, attacked the old couple with a stick covered in screws.  Then, the most recent case is the one that happened few times ago where 4 people were injured because of two separate knife attacks in Vienna and an Afghan was arrested by the police.  With the great widespread of extremism Austria is in constant risk of having other terrorists attacks. Measures In response to terrorist-related issues and terrorist danger, the government of Austria have taken many measures in order to prevent other cases and sentence the guilty people. So, Austrian authorities have