Media coverage shapes how public perceives their surroundings and what they consider to be important. The government and the people must pay attention to the media. The media reports the news, serves as an intermediary between the government and the people, helps determine which issues should be discussed, and keeps the public actively involved. The Indian media has responsibly engaged in the first role i.e. of being an interpreter and interpreted happenings and change to better the prospects of the nation by abstaining from partisan practices.
Despite the dramatic variations in the substantive accounts of the epistemologists, they accept that the Gettier Problem can only be solved when a belief is not conflicted with warranty and false, which is the definition of infallibilism. Considering the infallibilism
Privacy is essential to free speech Privacy and freedom of speech are both fundamental rights recognised internationally as well as by the Indian Constitution. It is often believed that privacy is in
2.1.1. Introduction of Key Definitions and Concepts According to KOTHARI, C.R., (2014) explain the aim of the Literature Reviews as ‘The basic outcome of this review will be the knowledge as to what data and other materials are available for operational purposes which will enable the researcher to specify his own research problem in a meaningful context” This brief review of the literature provides an overview of the research focuses on the study on how far social media affects the mainstream media journalism ethical principles which include truth, fairness, balance, objectivism and accuracy as a key elements of professionalism and how the journalist used social media in their dail activities. Aim of reviewing literature
Chief among (though under a separate from the components above) the media’s roles is that of a “watchdog”. Media’s role as gatekeeper is intertwined with its application as information disseminators of information. As informers they are charged with providing information for society thirsty for content. Molotch and Lester spoke on this obsession stating this inbred desire is “an invariant need for accounts of the unobserved”. The instructor role is fulfilled by the forms of media that pass on knowledge to the public on little known issues.
For better or worse, we are inextricably linked to the media. We are now living a media culture and its influence is becoming very pervasive (Mohd Hamdan Adnan 2003) There is one law in Malaysia that protects media freedom, Article 10 of the Constitution. It also notes that there are limits to this freedom, and these limits are, generally, defined by the Government. Media freedom is defined the freedom of communicating and expressing through media including various electronic media and published materials. Freedom of the press is essential to democracy, but like other freedoms, it may also complicate the governing process.
1.1 Introduction Media is the backbone of democracy. The role of media in our society is very significant. Media supply the political information to the viewers that help them to make their opinion. Media also plays the watchdog role in society to identify the problems and wrongdoing of those who have the authority. Elections are a main part of the democratic structure and highlight the basic features of formation of a government and political structuring of a specific state (Shively, 2003).
Introduction. This essay will examine the extent to which mass media plays an integral role in a nations public- information system. It will further determine the major sources of content for Mass media. The essay will also look at the relationship that exists between the mass media and public relations practitioners in relation to content acquisition. The essay will also look at various theories advanced on the use and influence of the media.
Therefore in safeguarding fundamental liberties, the fundamental liberties are entrenched. This entrenchment is against infringement by parliament. This is because by ordinary process of legislation, the fundamental liberties are thus not at the mercy of legislative majorities (Pettagan Swadesh Randika De Silva