Redefining Our Priorities in Feminism

Feminism is the doctrine, movement, idea – or whatever we might call it – that advocates equal rights for women, as of men. We will come back to what is wrong with this definition. While the movement, or the idea should have been going on for much longer than we may think, the definition is rather new, to be exact, of the nineteenth century. The problems arise with the definition in theory and practice, under these main issues: relativity, application, and guilt based assumptions. Continue reading “Redefining Our Priorities in Feminism”

To Whom I.T. May Concern: Freedom of Information vs. Security, and a Bunch of Other Things

Since there has been enough time to accept the Internet as a legitimate component of the media, one can categorize some of the blessings of the information era such as satellite television, websites of daily newspapers and many others as the components of “the traditional media”. The new media, when compared to the traditional media has its advantages about democratization of content, access on demand, interactive structure, and easiness of achieving creativity. However, as new media is different in structure, it would be impractical to try to understand and interpret it in the same way as one does with traditional media. Continue reading “To Whom I.T. May Concern: Freedom of Information vs. Security, and a Bunch of Other Things”