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Media Ideologies and the Factors Affecting Press Coverage of the International Events

Received: 3 September 2022    Accepted: 21 September 2022    Published: 11 October 2022
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Abstract

This research aims to know How the media frames news events in a specific way, and How It selects and emphasizes certain events and issues, indicating that the content is not an entity independent of the political ideology of the state’s system of governance. It is useful to carry out and exploratory study, comparing the role of political system between: The journalists and that of another sample of the general public in alight of a questionnaire or scale, Relying on Exploratory Analysis as a statistical design, This is when the questionnaire or scale includes elements on the impact of state’s political system on the press, Determining the content of the press and determining the type of journalism as well as approval of publication, And how is the vision of the system clearly reflected on the press of this system, and on how the convergence is increased between the orientations of the political system and the orientations of the press in times of: crises, conflicts, disasters that occur on an international perspective or wide international scope. The findings of this study indicate that the political, economic, cultural and geographic relations are among the most important factors affecting news production in particular, and news coverage in general and that they are major and important determinants that determine if was the media going to cover this event or not, beside that the findings also indicate that the sources of information that the western media depend on have a great influence on the orientations of the western media’s covering of Arab issues, and the decisions of the media are primarily subject to political and military entities.

Published in Journal of Political Science and International Relations (Volume 5, Issue 4)
DOI 10.11648/j.jpsir.20220504.12
Page(s) 104-111
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Keywords

Media, Ideologies, Factors

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