Role Of Media In Civil Society

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• Tends to incite people to crime, cause disorder or violence or breach of law or glorifies violence or obscenity in any way • Presents criminality as desirable • In its depiction of women, violates the constitutional guarantees to all citizens. In particular, no advertisement shall be permitted which projects a derogatory image of women • Promotes directly or indirectly production, sale or consumption of cigarettes, tobacco products, wine, alcohol, liquor or other intoxicants. However a product that uses a brand name or logo which is also used for cigarettes, tobacco products, wine, alcohol, liquor or other intoxicants, may be advertised subject to prescribed conditions • Promotes infant milk substitutes, feeding bottles, or infant food5 • Be…show more content…
• Media should not advertise the products in fantasy and show all the real grounds of the product. • Media must telecast the consumer awareness program frequently so that consumer must be aware before purchasing the product. 4. Role of Civil Society • Respective Authorities of various sectors or societies should take care that the products which the being sold in their area should be useful and safe for the people. • Educated class of the society must extend the help to the other section of the society for providing the information orally. • Educational Institution must organize the workshops, awareness camp in schools and rural areas.…show more content…
It connects us to the world and the world to us Media is an integral part of our life. In today's world, where one's social circle is mostly just worked related, based on some or the other selfish motive, we tend to believe and depend more on the media for every type of information. Media thus has tremendous impact on the way a society conducts itself in the present, as well as the shape it would take in the future. It influences people of all age group. Media also plays a very useful role in setting up good or amicable relations between traders and buyers. The promotions of fair trade practices, establishing code of conduct for businessmen are the task that media alone can shoulder. The concept of ethics in the economy relates to “morality, ethics, professional and organizational ethics. Each industry has its own guidelines for the ethical requirements. But on the four main requirements for marketing communications are legal, decent, honest and truthful. Unfortunately, in a society that is the way the company intended to profit from the use of marketing communication messages targets “can be a form of social pollution from potentially harmful and unintended effects of the consumer may have the decision represented”. The words of Bernstein (1951), said fifty six years ago are still very much a question of present interest: “It is not true that if we „save advertising, we save

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