Posted in EducationPakistan by osamasameerawan Introduction Pakistan is a predominantly Muslim majority country where In recent years an increase in the frequency of violence related crimes perpetuated against minorities has been observed.
Pakistan institute of peace study has reported a 53 percent increase in the crimes against minorities in year as compared to PIPS, This alarming trend has sent the shock waves of terror throughout the nation and the entire world.
Most of these organizations are banned by the Pakistan government due to their alleged involvement in sectarian killings by the hand of their militant wings.
Group, 23 January Electronic media in Pakistan has progressed rapidly during the last decade. A number of new news channels have been started which is an indicator of a relatively free press as compared to the era of military rule where freedom of expression was a rare commodity.
Electronic media in Pakistan has given coverage to minority related issues and problems. A number of incidents were highlighted and given primetime coverage which has generated positive response from both government and civil society to get rid of this social evil.
Most of the coverage is just about narrating the issue in news and discussions but practical solutions are rarely offered. Minorities in Pakistan are under a constant threat of persecution on religious grounds which is an alarming trend.
Our research will focus on the role of electronic media in portraying the stereotypes about minorities and what kind of impact is it creating for the populace of religious minorities Pakistan.
There is also a considerable number of non Muslims currently residing in Pakistan. The era of General Zia ul Haq is known for radicalization of state and society. Militant wings of sectarian organizations have caused havoc among the minority groups of Pakistan in recent years Media has played an imperative role in developing constructive attitude in the psyche of the nation.
Media has created awareness on the political and social issues by the use of both traditional and electronic resources. Media has been particularly successful in promoting awareness of political issues which is evident by the coverage news channels.
The question here is how much and what type of coverage is given to minorities in electronic media.
Pakistan is a country with diverse population consisting of multiple ethnic, lingual and religious minorities.
In this research paper this term will be use for religious minority groups only. Electronic media is a term that is usually used in contrast with print media.
It is used for broadcast or record medium that use electronic equipment and require electronic encoding for their propagation. Munir, Ansari, M.
Persecution on the basis of faith has caused havoc for the religious minorities in Pakistan. Ansari, The trend of breaking the story first and to get the highest ranking amongst news channel have compromised the journalistic ethics, non partisanship and objective reporting.
This has negative impact on the lives of minorities. The author believes that if the current trend in media goes uncheck likes this, it would create an atmosphere of religious intolerance.
Syed, In a study done by Shazad Ali about the portrayal of minorities in Pakistani newspaper the author suggested that there is a positive coverage of minorities with the exception of Ahamdi community.
The maximum number of issues were highlighted about Christian community in the elite English newspapers of Pakistan. Ali, In another research done by the Qandeela Ambreen corroborates that the coverage of minorities in newspapers of Pakistan e.
The study found out that the negative stereotypes about minorities are reinforced through Pakistani films and is one of the major causes of embarrassment for the minorities in Pakistan.
Fatah, Representation of minorities in international media The analysis of international media will show that how minorities are depicted by international media. How much and what type of coverage whether positive or negative is given to the issues of minorities.
The research argues that the stereotypes and intolerant opinions are formulated and reinforced through the mainstream media in Denmark and Muslim minority in particular is a victim to it.35 Social Media Theses Disputation of Chancellor Lee Aase on the Power and Efficacy of Social Media Out of love for common sense and the desire to see it applied, the following propositions will be discussed at various conferences, under the presidency of Lee Aase, Bachelor of Science, and Chancellor of Social Media University, Global.
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Thesis Prepared for the Degree of MASTER OF ARTS. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS. May Kark, Madiha. Where Indian and Pakistani media share the need to hide the “dishonor” of a girl, American media covers rape cases in contrast to them (L’armand, Pepitone & Shahmugam, ).
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social media, youth and pakistan: In the last 10 years Pakistan social media sector growth increase unexpectedly. With the population exceeding over million there is 20 million users connected to internet which is 12% of its population which are much bigger .
The aim of the organization is to train and support the Pakistani social scientists, market researchers, media planners about the nuances and challenges of research in Pakistani environment.
The report was developed after a survey back in in Pakistan. IMPACT OF MASS MEDIA IN PAKISTAN ON SOCIAL, ETHICAL AND ECONOMIC GROUNDS. Amaima Yawar Khan.
Masters of Business and Administration, Lahore Business School, University of Lahore. Pakistani media has been controlled by state. Media is a strong agent of change but its change depends on the broadcast.