نفسیاتی مسائل کے اسباب میں الیکٹرانک اور سوشل میڈیا کا کردار(ایک تحقیقی جائزہ(

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  • Sara Javaid

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Islamic world, media, television, Islam, Shariah, Welfare, Telecommunication Authority, positive

Abstract

The whole Islamic world, including Pakistan, is currently under the onslaught of the media. Everyone has fallen victim to it, but the young generation in particular has been the target. Today the power of media is booming. There was a time when media was a part of life but now life has become a part of media.

When television entered our country, it was a source of positive entertainment and preaching. Then VCR started. Although it was banned in the beginning, but later it will be charged a fee. Reached out. They destroyed the morals and psychology of the young generation. Cable programs, Indian dramas, and English films have flooded with nudity and obscenity, making it impossible to sit at home and watch television.

The internet and social media have provided all the immoral content to the youth inside the house which has broken all previous records of devastation. A Google survey has revealed the reality of what young people do on the Internet in the name of scientific research, according to a Google survey. Pakistan is at the top of the list .

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority has taken positive steps in this regard and so far more than four lakh websites have been blocked.

It is clear that these are tactics that the people of the West are bent on destroying the Muslim nation, but the fact is that they are less at fault and we are more at fault. Where have we come from but we are using it negatively for our own degradation that is why today our young generation is suffering from mental illness, moral degradation, spiritual and intellectual condition.

One of the most important issues facing Muslim society today is the media. Before going into the details of the issues that are spreading in the media, it is necessary to first give a brief introduction to the media and its types.

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28-06-2020

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