From the time when the term Global Village by Marshall McLohan in the second half of the 20th century occur, media studies and research on the impact of the media and its consequences on the world and different cultures and lives, meanwhile human experiences on earth have crossed dozens stages and at each stage lots of cognitive, anthropological and sociological have been presented. Unfortunately all of them indicate a powerful and present danger of the media that is applied to societies.
Countries that are the productive source of values have gone through a historical, political, cultural and social process that has been based on science and philosophy. If a subject is established as law in their country, it will be a dimension that will be instilled in the minds and hearts of their citizens through education. For example, a value such as honesty is established in the hearts of citizens through education and law. This is certainly not absolute and may vary relatively in different countries and groups. When honesty and avoidance of lies are developed in this way, people have a mediator and more stable psychology and the risk of breaking the family foundation and breaking the law is reduced.
When we talk about political power, we do not mean a force that came from Mars and prevents society from renewing its values and moving forward, but we mean a force that is deep in history and within itself it comes out of this composition. For example, a country like Iran has culturally and socially overwhelmed the issue of headscarf and the choice or non-choice of headscarf for years, but in the 1979 revolution, due to radical religious power, there was a return to old values defined and resumed, tens of millions of dollars spent inside and outside to introduce on cultivating these values. Furthermore, they spent tens of millions of dollars, hundreds of indirect wars and many direct wars and confrontations against Western values to revive, refine and give meaning to their values through dualism of opposition, action and reaction.
Unlike any of these countries, Kurdistan has neither a fully independent government nor a value system in the media and power centers as strong and uncritical as in Iran and Afghanistan.
However, the authorities are alive in a crisis that cannot take decisive steps in the conflict between values because the authorities alone cannot do this, but the social side of the authorities, the old and new organizations, the mosque, the monasteries, schools, universities and institutes have not been able to engage in such dialogue with the authorities in order to create a balance to resolve the social structure or at least take steps so that we do not have so many sleeping ISIS preachers in mosques that reject the whole world and people.
On the other hand, the secular discourse and system that has failed for decades to produce a cognitive and intellectual challenge discourse that attracts the old radical forces to scientific and genuine dialogue. Accordingly, in order to see its effects and consequences in Kurdistan society and practical sides. Of course, in the meantime, the media, both as the official party media and as Facebook pages, accounts and other apps on social networks, have worked towards creating a peaceful and constructive dialogue.