The sheer ruthlessness of the punishments discourage any sort of crime as they will scare the citizens into never breaking the law in fear of the consequences. The document “Crime and Punishment in the Elizabethan Era” also points out that the law was flexible and could be applied differently based on the situation. When a person was convicted of treason, they were not always executed immediately. Some were inhumanely tortured for more information to see if they were working with others, despite the obvious lack of morality in doing this, it worked. However, on the other hand, the Elizabethan Law did have at least some moral sense to it as people some were spared from torture, and even execution in certain circumstances.
People are often persuaded by this kind of value for the reason that the cultural phenomena are the collection of their ideal. According to researches collected by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, the media portray images of slim beauty affect the adolescent and women who concern thinness most. Moreover under consistent exposure to those images will weaken their body-related self-esteem (Treasure, Wack, & Roberts, 2008). The public is obsessed with the cultural phenomena brought through the media. With the help of the media industries, doctoring the cover of fashion magazines, which implies the more beautiful you become, the more self-esteem you get.
There is a lot of waiting around to become famous while the world rages around us, with terrorism and war happening around us. However, we’re so caught up in social media and the latest celebrity stories, that we simply either don’t notice or don’t care about the outside world. A quote from the article “Celebrity Culture is Harmful” states “The American oligarchy-1 percent of whom control more wealth than the bottom 90 percent combined-are the characters we most envy and watch on television. They live and play in multimillion-dollar mansions. They marry models or professional athletes.
Hate speech law does not prevent of exercising the freedom of speech but it has been found for reduce using freedom of speech and minimize making problems to other or causing harm to them. As a coin has two sides, Hate speech law has also positive impact and bad impact like adversely affect on social attitudes, violate the freedom of speech and psychological harm. We should not try to stop hate speech law but we have to continue trying to minimize causing harm to other ====h I accept all Criticism from any one, however not all of people who characterized by good behavior and politely Speak. I cant accept Speak in a rude, offensive and aggressive way their says even if it was true and right.
Anyone in his position would have done the same. I feel that often times, the justice system is not fair, but will tend to favor decisions that align more towards the political agenda. I feel that anyone in their fair and sound mind would realize the pain and suffering Mr. Cannon went through, and it is not something that could be made up. The issue of how far the police can go during interrogations needs to be tackled as soon as possible. Innocent lives are ruined due to false accusations and in our efforts to always want to be right, we are letting criminals get away.
Celebrities hold an incredible amount of power in the society in terms of fame, money and all the right connections. Some use this power for the benefit of the society and use their goodwill and wealth to run charity organizations. However, other celebrities use their network for their benefit as it has been noticed in multiple cases that celebrities and highly influential people get away with certain crimes and offences that are punishable by law with the help of money and highly qualified lawyers. Celebrities must be treated equal to regular citizens in the eyes of the law and must not receive any leniency in terms of prosecution, simply because they exercise a lot of influence in the society. Celebrities are like common people and have
I. Introduction According to Espinas, Menor and Tayag (2013), Idol worship is a kind of obsession towards a famous personality and is categorized as abnormal. All people have their own way of worshipping a celebrity. Simmons (2008) stated that individuals who don’t even know the celebrity personally may be affected by the preferences of the public figure in terms of style, attitude and etc. This is a phenomenon that is very typical today, especially because of the increasing usage of social media.
This issue should be rectified through discussions and debates and virtually arriving at a consensus. But if the media proves uncontrollable, penalties should be imposed so that every media house adheres to journalistic ethics and guidelines. Many indirectly advocate for media sensationalism under the cloak of Freedom of Expression. But one should remember that Freedom of expression does not give the journalists the right to distort the facts to make news more profitable and if that happens, it is desirable and necessary that they should be reprimanded. This will, in turn, make the fourth pillar of democracy more relevant.
Instead of focusing on important global issues, we are stuck up in a society where judging celebrities has become one of our topmost priority. Instead of scrutinizing them in public, why don’t we entitle them their right to freedom of choice in order to live their life on their own terms? Even they are human beings like the rest of us. They also make mistakes. Even they have flaws.
They speak of them constantly because they just can’t take their minds off them. The people who can identify with these feelings are usually termed as “fans.” The most common subjects of fanatic devotion are artists, bands or celebrities. Majority of the most famous phenomenal idols have fans that amount to millions and followers so diverse that they've come from different