INTERVENTION The world today is full of many different ways of life. In countries around the world their way of life is a drastic cruel difference in comparison to that of North Americans. Many citizens in our society have taken into consideration the question of weather or not nations should intervene in human rights abuse. As people with values, morals and fears the question of weather or not intervention is acceptable or not arises. Society therefore becomes concerned with the forms of action the North American government will take to intervene.
Some forms of intervention are through media, diplomacy and finally war. The focus will be on how North Americans feel about these forms of intervention and how these forms if intervention may or may not be effective.
Media has a very large impact on society affecting intervention in Human Rights Abuse. They are the people that society looks to for information on the issues that are taking place around the world.
Many people forget the fact that what is delivered to us by the media is controlled and scrutinized very carefully before becoming available to the public. "The UN has reported that even though over a hundred governments have agreed to help outlaw some of the worse violations of rights, torture is still on the increase."Ã¯Â¿Â½ (http://www.globalissues.org/HumanRights/Media/Military.asp) Therefore, the media can not always be trusted because the listeners do not know the validity of what is being said. "Such as it is: who knows if any of it is true? It could be old clips it could be faked."Ã¯Â¿Â½ (http://www.globalissues.org/HumanRights/Media/Military.asp) In North American cities the media that people are exposed to every day may not be 100% accurate and may be bias to a certain degree, but at least the freedom to absorb it in North America...