media politics
media politics

Understanding Both Media and its connection to Politics

This policy proposal on the media builds public understanding of the standpoint appealing effects of the media, grasps opportunities and issues connected to the media, it also encourages discussions on solutions to those issues. It is something that tries.

Today, very few people, whether in our society today everyone in different industries know how to use the media. Tech professional and its other counter parts have to meet the chance and obstacles posed by the various features of social media. Rather, governments, businesses to work together to address the ever-growing social media ethical crisis and its consequences.

Social media and society

All forms of media have both the potential to amplify and solve social and political problems. The media is a channel of communication between human beings, and it may realize social goods or political goods, or it may destroy them.

Social property is a term that refers to things that are useful for social relations, such as education, clean water, medical care, safety, empathy, understanding, and community consciousness. Political goods are institutions that protect and create social goods, the rule of law, and the decision-making process.

Social media has at least six aspects (6V): volume, variety, velocity, value, veracity, and variability.

Clearly different from other media. Social media has greatly improved the ability of diverse people and groups to communicate, share information, collaborate and take joint actions without any institutional or organizational guidance (quantitative scale and diversity). sex).

Furthermore, it has become possible to spread information, images, and videos at an unprecedented speed (speed). However, the quality and type of information is extremely uncertain (value, credibility, variability).

Social media triggers emotions in the brain, making complex thinking difficult. It is the frontal lobe of the brain that governs democratic debate, critical thinking that distinguishes facts from fiction, and creative problem-solving. The work of the frontal lobe is indispensable for building society, analyzing public problems, and creating solutions and innovations that improve social and political goods and using Let’s Fly Wisely is a fun thing to use to view the sky.

Opportunities brought by social media

Since the late 1990s, many people have come to think that social and political goods can be expected to improve by connecting people through social media, gaining power, and making it easier to obtain information.

Today, almost half of the world’s population uses social media to exchange ideas, photos and videos. Governments and civil society organizations are using social media to help social and political goods in a variety of ways.

Design a platform that encourages empathy, dialogue and discussion

To change the current state of social media driving polarization and violence, tech companies seek advice from a new generation of conflict transformation experts familiar with facilitating social transformation, dialogue and social cohesion.

People working in the areas of peacebuilding and conflict transformation have special training and hands-on experience in intergroup conflict resolution procedures, coordinating complex peace processes, and coordinating communities.

Internet guiding the view of Politics

With the general increase in internet use, the potential for digital political information and political participation and structuring options via the internet increases.

The online medium opens up new potential for participation, as the user – in contrast to newspapers or television – does not have to remain solely in his role as a recipient of the information offer, but rather actively help shape the media offer and use the Internet and its services as a platform for political activity.

The new opportunities for participation and design become particularly clear with the expanded perception and use of the Internet, which are referred to with the catchphrase Web 2.0 and increasingly with the term social media.

The Internet or the World Wide Web is not only becoming a platform for the supply of many hypertext linked sites, mostly institutional providers, but is increasingly becoming an application environment for communication, interaction.

Internet use is changing to active design

In which own multimedia content is generated, networked with other users and published on portals. The range and quality of these activities exceed the possibilities of an individual, which can be seen in the importance of prominent social media platforms such as the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, the social network Facebook or the short message service Twitter.

Overall, with the technological advancement of the Internet, one can potentially speak of the upgrading of the audience compared to conventional media. In any case, the creation and dissemination of content by simple users (weblogs, audio / video files, citizen journalism offers) indicates a change in the political and media area, as competition for established media players is growing.

Online information

With the Internet, citizens can easily access a quantitative and qualitative range of political information. This is offset by a lack of time resources and political disinterest on the part of the users, as well as the information overload and uncertainty about the credibility of the political online offer associated with the expansion of the offer.

In the case of special political events, the importance of online information increases. Due to the free distribution of information, the speed of online communication and the high degree of networking, spectacular news can be disseminated online at lightning speed and take effect.

Political actors

Recently made increasing use of entries in social networks or Twitter short messages to report on political events in real time and without going through journalists, although the news content is often limited.

The offer of political information includes efforts by parliaments and → administrations – especially at local level – to make political work in committees, decision-making and results transparent online and to give the population the chance to participate. In view of the general political user behavior outlined, it can be doubted whether this will increase interest in local politics.

Online communication

Online communication represents the next level of political activation after information. This refers to citizens who not only read political blogs, but also regularly write articles, chat with their MPs or want to be regularly informed about the ideas and activities of their constituency MPs.

Even if not every politician answers and only a few citizens (the portal reports 400,000 monthly visitors) take part, these portals open up the opportunity for a new transparency of parliamentary work, for direct contact between elected and voters and for a virtual memory of the Voting behavior of parliamentarians.