This essay will discuss how corruption in the Qing bureaucracy, the incompetent leadership, the closed mentality of the Qing Government, shortage of land and impact of an alien Manchu regime highlighted the Qing Government as the main cause of the rebellion.
Who can forget the crusade taken by Indian media in the Nirbhaya rape case and shaping the public opinion in one of the most heinous crimes the world has ever witnessed.
This essay seeks to explore the moral ambiguities among different societies towards corruption and bribery, and also the dilemma businesses face when confronted with the varying practices while doing business globally using business ethics and theories....
However in societies that view their institutions as having a nature and purpose that differs from an individual’s view of nature and purpose, it is not necessarily wrong for businesses to provide bribes.
A political campaign has an ever-expanding roster of expenditures, including travel expenses, campaign consulting fees, and the alarmingly high cost of communicating with the voters via print advertisements and the media....
(National Collegiate Athletic Association) Division I basketball and football, have become one of the most prominent forms of sports entertainment today.
The World Wide Web and web 2.0 technologies have given rise to electronic media where even a common man can express views through blogs, website posts, facebook and twitter like social media.
Coupled with traditional print media all these audio video and social media caters to a richly diversified media industry in India.
Media helps in fighting against corruption, nepotism, cronyism of institutional machinery and carrying out relentless campaign against them.
Since the introduction of television in our country in late 70’s visual media becomes a very potential tool in informing the current news to the society, entertaining the people and shaping up of public opinion.
Indian media in post independence era has grown up phenomenally and today comprises of more than 50,000 newspapers, hundreds of television and radio channels.
In this era of liberalistion, privatisation and globalisation(LPG) the world has reached our drawing room thanks to media.
From the days of Vedas and Upanishads to edicts of kings and emperors like Chandragupta, Asoka to the medieval Indian mass gatherings to the modern day’s audio video and print media, media has always taken a pivotal role in shaping our society.
Today when politicians are taking full advantage of their positions, an evil nexus of mafia and crime syndicate is making the life of the common man miserable, taxpayer’s money is siphoned out for the personal gain of the influential and ordinary people are a mere spectator-media has a grater responsibility As the fourth pillar of democracy along with judiciary, executive and legislature, media of today has an all embracing role to act against the injustice, oppression, misdeeds and partiality of our society.
From the days abode, media has remained an integral part of human civilization.
Media of today is playing an outstanding role in creating and shaping of public opinion and strengthening of society.
Media is the sword arm of democracy.
Most social scientists define our current society as a mass society and believe it was formed at the end of the 19th century mainly by industrialization, urbanization and modernization (Wells, 1997). The media’s role in this society is fundamentally a function of how this society chooses to use the media. Furthermore, the media’s relationship with this society is both reflexive—the mass media simultaneously affects and is affected by mass society—and varied.
Every country deals with its own form of corruption; from the drug trade in South America and Mexico to the prostitution rings in Europe, it is guaranteed that police departments are on someone’s payroll.