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AuthorMeeds, Robert
AuthorAl-Emadi, Darwish
AuthorDiop, Abdoulaye
Available date2016-08-19T14:35:07Z
Publication Date2013
Publication NameJournal of Middle East Mediaen_US
Citation"Trusted News Sources’ Measures and their Relationships to Social and Public Attitudes: An Analysis of the First Annual Omnibus Survey of Life in Qatar" , Meeds, Robert. Al-Emadi, Darwish. Diop, Abdoulaye. , (2013) , Vol.9 ,
ISSN2152-629X
URIhttp://www.gsu.edu/search-georgia-state-all.html?givennames=*&sns=*&search=All&sn=&givenname=&q=Trusted+News+Sources%E2%80%99+Measures+and+their+Relationships+to&Search=Submit&site=GeorgiaState
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/4695
AbstractAn overwhelming majority (77 percent) of Qatari Nationals reported television as their most trusted local news source (87 percent for Arab/regional news and 89 percent for international news), and 80 percent rated the state-owned Aljazeera Network as “very objective” in its news coverage. With such a broad appeal, television news has the potential to shape the social, political and economic beliefs of Qatari citizens. Using data from the first Omnibus Survey of Life in Qatar, this study examined the most and least trusted news sources among Qataris as well as the country’s resident expatriates. The relationship between preferred news sources and attitudes toward social and public issues are explored, and the implications of television as a trusted news source is discussed.
Languageen
PublisherGeorgia State Univesrity
RelationThe first annual (2010) omnibus survey on life in Qatar
Subjecttrusted news source
SubjectAljazeera
SubjectQatar public opinion
Subjectpriming
Subjectmedia framing
Subjectomnibus survey
SubjectSocial and Public Attitudes
TitleTrusted News Sources’ Measures and their Relationships to Social and Public Attitudes: An Analysis of the First Annual Omnibus Survey of Life in Qatar
TypeArticle
Issue Number1
Volume Number9


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