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Dystopian Society Real World

Are there any dystopian societies in our world today?

stephanie fraley

on 21 September 2012

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Dystopian Societies TODAY? Dystopia Characteristics -Propaganda Controls
-Freedom Limited
-Citizens Worship Idea or Person
-Citizens under constant surveillance
-Citizens Fear Outside World
-Dehumanized State
-Natural World Banished and Distrusted
-Citizens Conform
-Society Pretends to be a Perfect World Pakistani Women's Discrimination "China unquestionably continues to be the world’s most advanced country in Internet filtering." (Foner 1)
Authorities concentrate on monitoring blogs-teams of people monitor bloggers to make sure they don't express themselves too freely online
over 50 people in China are in jail for their behavior online Internet censoring in China By: Stephanie Fraley, Olivia Meier,
and Will Stricker Dystopia Serbian Children and Women In Serbia "Children marriage is still present, especially in Roma community, so is child labor."
"Woman's average wages are 11% lower then of men." http://rs.one.un.org/organizations/6/Human%20Rights%20in%20Serbia.ppt http://kassandraproject.wordpress.com/2008/01/29/internet-censorship-the-list-of-countries-with-no-press-freedom/ Internet Censoring in Burma "to stop cyber-dissidents from using a means of communication that is hard to monitor." (Foner 1) Internet cafe computers are programmed to take a picture of the screen every 5-10 minutes to watch what users are doing online. Many chat websites are blocked to discourage expression online. http://kassandraproject.wordpress.com/2008/01/29/internet-censorship-the-list-of-countries-with-no-press-freedom/ freedom limited, constant surveillance constant surveillance, freedom limited Women In Pakistan are upset over their lack of rights such as choosing who to marry, or to where they get educated. The Biggest thing they are upset about is girls who are child domestic workers, They don't choose to be but are forced for lack of money and don't get enough medical attention

http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2011/11/16/comment/editors-mail/gender-discrimination-in-pakistan/ Cambodian Government decided to make a mandatory law where Internet Cafes have tp put surveillance cameras on computers in order to help stop cyber crimes. They believe it will help scare people out of the crimes before they actually are committed. Cambodian Mandatory Internet Surveillance Cameras http://globalvoicesonline.org/2012/09/09/cambodia-mandatory-internet-surveillance-cameras/ Photo Credits:

"Today, Pakistan has laws written in its books which prohibit a large group of muslims practicing their faith..."

inwep.com/p=3127 Religious Freedom in Pakistian LIMITED FREEDOM, DEHUMANIZATION limited freedom
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