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دور الإعلام في السياسة الأمريكية تجاه الشرق الأوسط (2001-2015م

دور الإعلام في السياسة الأمريكية تجاه الشرق الأوسط (2001-2015م

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Title: دور الإعلام في السياسة الأمريكية تجاه الشرق الأوسط (2001-2015م
Author: الكتيابي, تهاني الأمين عبدالله
Abstract: The research aims at exploring the effect of the media - as an independent variable - on relations between countries by analyzing the role of the media on American policy towards the Middle East – as a dependent variable. The research adopts a historical method to trace the development of American policy and a descriptive method to thoroughly describe the role of the media, besides an analytical method for data treatment. The data are collected from secondary resources, including books, articles, reports, newspapers, and the internet. The most important results of the research are that: The American policy adopts pragmatic principles that serve its own interests and provoke the international public opinion against the Middle East Arab countries through prejudice towards the American point of views. The American media apparatus played a role in orienting the American policy towards the Middle East by providing justification for intervention. In addition, the American media contributes in setting policy issues for the area. The research suggested building relations and connections between Arab research centres and independent media platforms in order to create an atmosphere of cultural and media understanding to highlight the other different opinions beside those adopted by the American platforms. This is in order to be able to highlight the facts before international public opinion. The study also recommends and the importance of activating the efforts of Arabic media to counter the American propaganda platforms since they have a great effect in forming the Arab and international public opinion.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25838


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