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Freedom of expression
Freedom of expression
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Freedom of expression
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Freedom of expression
Freedom of expression
Freedom of expression
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  • 1. Freedom of expression In the mass media And the new media Any limits ? By : Aharmane Tariq Eddahabi Omar Oussaid Youssef Tamani Hamza English Studies, Semester 2, Group E. Media studies presentation in Mrs. drissi. Class.
  • 2. The plan : • Definition of freedom of expression • Freedom of expression through history • Freedom of expression in mass media • The particular case of morocco • Freedom of expression and internet • And its limits • Our personal opinion • Survey
  • 3. Definition Freedom of expression is the freedom to communicate ideas without restraint, whether orally or in print or by any other means of communication
  • 4. Freedom of expression through history • 399 B.C.E The trial of Socrates
  • 5. Freedom of expression through history • 1633 C.E The trial of Galileo
  • 6. Freedom of expression through history • 1633 C.E The trial of Galileo
  • 7. Freedom of expression through history • 1788 C.E Immanuel Kant “The critique of practical reason”
  • 8. Freedom of expression through history • Voltaire “Monsieur l’abbé, I detest What you write, but I would Give my life to make it Possible for you to continue To write”
  • 9. Freedom of expression through history A supreme court judge Wendell Holmes
  • 10. Freedom of expression through history Chomsky Manufacturing consent
  • 11. Freedom of expression through history Salman Rushdie The Satanic Verses Adel Imam
  • 12. Mass media and freedom of expression
  • 13. Mass media and freedom of expression
  • 14. Mass media and freedom of expression
  • 15. Mass media and freedom of expression
  • 16. Freedom of expression in Morocco
  • 17. Freedom of expression in Morocco
  • 18. Freedom of expression in Morocco
  • 19. Freedom of expression and internet
  • 20. Freedom of expression & internet •Economic Freedom (free market) •Religious Freedom •Freedom of Movement •Self Defense •Political Freedom
  • 21. FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION & INTERNET “The internet made freedom of expression a reality not just a principle or a theory”
  • 22. Freedom of expression &internet • The limits of freedom of expression
  • 23. The limits of freedom of expression •Trolling issue
  • 24. The limits of freedom of expression •An example of trolling
  • 25. Our personal opinion
  • 26. Survey
  • 27. Do you think it’s all right to criticize freely the government and the political power in general? 79% 21% statistics Yes:it's good for democracy No:it would bring chaos in the country
  • 28. Do you think it’s alright to speak freely about very sensitive issues like “SAHARA” and “SANAOUAT RASSASS” ? 84% 16% statistics Yes: It's good for democracy No: It would bring chaos in the country
  • 29. Do you think it’s all right to criticize freely the religion –in our case: ISLAM– ? 33% 66% 1% statistics Yes: It's good for freedom of religion No: Religion is sacred No answer
  • 30. Do you think we should in our Moroccan TV’s and cinema cut extreme violent and sexual scenes ? 47% 6% 26% 20% 1% Statistics Yes for both Only for violent scenes Only for sexual scenes No censorship No answer
  • 31. Do you think the internet needs limitations? 47% 52% 1% Statistics Yes: Some extreme opinions must not be tolerated No: The internet should be completely free No answer
  • 32. Summary 18% 71% 11% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% No restriction Religion + TV Religion + TV + Politics Percentage Percentage
  • 33. The End

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