IMPACTS OF IDENTITY IN POLITICS IN INDIA AND AROUND THE WORLD
Politics is expressed and explains the various events of political events, ideas, movements, organs of government, voters, parties, and leaders. Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks were the first among people to give ideas and implementation of politics in their land. It is closely related to other working departments such as television and identity which brings fame to them and fortune to the government after putting a simple life and showing their willfulness of working for their people in their country. As citizens, we believe these prospects and cast a helping hand to help them in their rule. The Ford Foundation and the United Nations educational, scientific, and cultural organization funded the introduction of television during the same time that an existing teaching tool in India in 1959. The model of a public broadcasting system that is common in many Televisions happened to be built on top of the foundation that belongs to European countries. Political figures inside independent India recognized the value of knowledge and knew how to use it to advance society more quickly. Therefore, an existing public broadcasting paradigm devoted to educating, entertaining, as well as informing the public happened to be launched.
According to The majority that belongs to media consumers as well as advertisers happen to be increasingly concentrated inside non-metropolitan areas that belong to tier II as well as tier III towns where there happens to be an existing dense presence that belongs to small as well as medium-scale enterprises, which happen to be the main drivers that belong to the consumer boom inside of contemporary India, according to an existing recent study that belongs to the Indian print, television, radio, as well as electronic media industries. These businesses happen to be the main drivers that belong to the consumer boom. A government of, by, and for the people is the standard definition of democracy. Freedom and democracy go hand in hand, and Indian society has come to appreciate democracy, with the media playing a key part. The media and public interface have improved over the past few years. The Indian public has assimilated the media into their daily lives, relying on it heavily for knowledge and entertainment among other things. Starting with concerns for the average person about others, their emotions, their needs, their expectations, and every facet of their lives that are directly related to the media in a democratic system, the media reinforces democratic norms and principles and quickens progress. Every report of the administration’s acts is covered by the media, which serves as the government’s watchdog and informs the public of what is occurring in their community daily. Social media, in particular, has developed into a crucial instrument for human life today, facilitating contact and delivering information while also allowing for the discussion of issues to inspire action. Social media usage is all it takes for people to accomplish their goals, regardless of the time or location, every day for a full 24 hours. The paper’s ensuing sections look at how television for development rhetoric and real practice divide. Additionally documented are some of the innovative television-based development communication efforts. Prior to that, a discussion of the idea of development communication and the function of the media in social change becomes crucial.
Author(s) Name: Vishnu Narayanan.J (Symbiosis law University Hyderabad)