THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN PROPAGATING PEACE

Ahmed Ali Ahmed Zaid Mutahar, Chikhalikar Rajpalsingh S.

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The media can be a major obstacle to peace, and a tool to help achieve peace. This paper aims to highlight the role of media in propagating Peace. It discusses different approaches and thoughts which can help in spreading peace to solve the problems and conflicts that currently happen in the world. This paper focuses on the importance of media and its positive and negative potential in relation to conflict. This paper focuses on the significance of the media and its positive capabilities in relation to conflict and violence and limiting their spread in society. It also highlights the role of the media in reducing crimes and defaming perpetrators of crime in full view in all media to reduce the commission of crimes against humanity and their rights.

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media, peace, violent, crimes, society

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejlll.v4i4.247

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