Claim: It is no longer possible for a society to regard any living man or woman as a hero. Reason: The reputation of anyone who is subjected to media scrutiny will eventually be diminished. Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the claim and the reason on which that claim is based.

The
claim
states that any individual, insignificant of gender,
can not
can not
cannot
be regarded as a
hero
anymore. The
reason
supporting the
claim
, is that
media
Suggestion
the media
tends
Suggestion
tend
to destroy
reputation
Suggestion
the reputation
of a person in the spotlight.
This
essay repudiates the
claim
and the supporting
reason
Suggestion
reasons
. In today's world, there are many people who are considered eminent in their respective fields. A
hero
described in the
claim
quite shows the
narrowmindedness
an inclination to criticize opposing opinions or shocking behavior
narrow-mindedness
of the definition. A
hero
can a scientist, a political leader or maybe just a
school teacher
a teacher in a school below the college level
schoolteacher
. And the
reason
why a person is appreciated is not because they have a special quality or power of some kind, but he/she is willing to put all their efforts to help out. No matter how much negativity there is in a society, there will always be someone who will be considered above all because of their endurance, integrity and dedication. Best example for
this
is Barack Obama. The
reason
given to support the
claim
surely states a fact visible around us. And people who do not understand the difference between a real and a fake news will surely support
this
reason
.
Now a days
Suggestion
Nowadays
, any leader who is considered a
hero
is taken apart by the media and ruin their reputation. But
this
is clearly because the media
is divided
Suggestion
are divided
between political parties. And even if they are not supporting any political party, they try to log a fire based on wrong or insignificant events. Barak Obama, who was a successful president of the US, was criticized for wearing a tan suit in the Oval office and
this
was considered as a fall of reputation because it was not done by any former president.
This
essay shows how a person can be an eminent
hero
even with the hindrance created by the media.
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