URDU 12 IMPACT OF THE PUBLICATION OF FEMALE RAPE CASES ON PAKISTANI ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN ISLAMIC SOCIETY
پاکستانی الیکٹرانک میڈیا پرخواتین کی عصمت دری کے واقعات کی تشہیر کے اسلامی معاشرے پر اثرات
Crimes against women include many crimes, but this research paper focuses on rape cases and seeks to find out when television channels cover rape cases, what are the consequences of it, how they affect the Islamic society and what has been said about it in the light of Qur'an and Hadith? This topic is also important because no significant research paper on this subject has been written in Pakistan before and no clear picture has emerged. The pamphlet assumes that the broadcasting of incidents of rape of women on television channels is having a negative impact on the society, which has been investigated in every possible way. In this regard, various incidents of rape from 2012 to 2014 have been studied in the broadcasts of two television channels. A survey was also conducted to gauge public opinion, which revealed a variety of views. The survey included all kinds of questions that cover the entire subject. On the other hand, an interview with a victim has been conducted to find out the opinion of the rape survivor; while an interview with an individual associated with electronic media and a psychologist is also part of this pamphlet. The study found that news channels do not pay attention to a single statement while covering rape incidents, while on the other hand, the identity of the victim is revealed, which is also denied by our religion Islam and the Qur'an. According to the findings, more research is needed in the near future, and television channels need to collaborate with researchers and give them access to content. Similarly, there is a need for a large-scale comprehensive study in which data from all over the country is collected so that a complete picture can emerge.
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