The media and political development: Hypertext and interactive relationship

is Information the need for the essentials of the progress of the societies, and can contribute effectively to the development, that purpose has become the issue of the media and its role in the development process of the most important issues of concern to the states in the current era, as States compete among themselves in the ways and means used by all available potential in material and human resources to develop their societies.

Huge and complex development, it has become an urgent need for the presence of active and influential media, it becomes incumbent on it, and then became a short circuit effect on the ideas, opinions and information and behaviors of the society, consistent with development plans and media experts said, "the emergence of the developmental role of the media", and development aimed at human rights primarily as the engine for all elements of development, we we can't see the role of those means in shaping many of the behavioral patterns of many.

Where « Lernes Sees » that the media took and still takes people with information, ideas and opinions, events and changes and, therefore, able to provide the ways of life of the new household and elevate the level of traditional development.

The media must be a man to be armed in his vision of the objectives the scientific viewpoint ferry always part in the framework of the all absorbing the laws of interdependence and all media means the ability of persuasion and the transfer of others, it should be the choice of the most appropriate media means to urge people to accept the development processes, since the exchange of media message can only be done in the framework of the significance of the sender and the future.

Media Plan should be organically linked to the development plan of the components of the development plan is the same as the components of the plan of the media, we must understand that the media serve the goals of the development of a substantive understanding of the sites, and the arena in which even the strange and thereby deprives the webserver was one of the characteristics of the task.

He must decide the media many levels like The ideological, descriptive, religious, educational, economic, where all these levels attend noticeably in the equation, but it Photos affect from their capabilities and methodologies, and purposes and, to cope with the development dimension information centers are engaged in the development process.

In addition, political development creates economic development through the role of the media in the political and cultural development, and no doubt has a role in economic development, for example, the working group who works in a factory or a private or government entity, when returning from work at the end of the day, including by watching television programs sci- Urges on PERFECTED to work based, and society, urging him to society, but also so that And convince him kinds of influence and that this should be the work performance in the affirmative, leading in the end to achieve economic development a reality.

Bilateralism between media and political development are interdependent in the practical effectiveness of bilateral realism, not surprisingly, some of the Ministry bears the name media and development, and also in the comoros and to find some universities studies in media development, the latter need a big popular public awareness, this awareness is one of the established media, media is the means to reduce the development, as it is considered a virtuous mechanism, its relationship with interactive connectivity is not imaginary or fictitious not disabled.

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