Press Treatment of The Water Crisis in Two Newspapers Al-Sabah And Al-Zaman Iraqi An Analytical Study for The Period From 1/5/2018 - 31/10/2018

  • Muhannad Mahmoud Wihaib | مهند محمود وهيب Department of Journalism, College of Media, Iraqi University | قسم الصحافة، كلية الإعلام، الجامعة العراقية
  • Sahar Khalifa Salim | سحر خليفة سالم Department of Journalism, College of Media, Iraqi University | قسم الصحافة، كلية الإعلام، الجامعة العراقية

Abstract

This study aims to identify the press treatment of the water scarcity crisis in Iraqi daily newspapers, in order to give a clear picture of the nature and method of that treatment in presenting the water scarcity crisis, and the results of this crisis, developments, junctures and their effects upon other areas whether political, economic, social and environmental.
This study presents the nature of the treatment of Iraqi daily newspapers with respect to water crisis. The researchers select two daily newspapers of different trends, namely (Al Sabah and Al Zaman) newspapers. These two newspapers are subjected to descriptive research in order to extract certain scientific and practical results. A survey study is adopted since it is appropriate to reach scientific and practical results that meet the requirements and objectives of this study, besides, its flexibility in obtaining the necessary data and information within the framework of the research. The researchers adopt the content analysis of the journalistic material where the content of the two newspaper under study is studied analyzed in order to understand how the press treatment of the Iraqi water scarcity crisis is dealt with, and to know the general framework the media presents to deal with such crises.


 
Published
Sep 23, 2020
How to Cite
مهند محمود وهيب, Muhannad Mahmoud Wihaib |; سحر خليفة سالم, Sahar Khalifa Salim |. Press Treatment of The Water Crisis in Two Newspapers Al-Sabah And Al-Zaman Iraqi An Analytical Study for The Period From 1/5/2018 - 31/10/2018. Journal of Al-Frahedis Arts, [S.l.], v. 12, n. 43, p. 166-192, sep. 2020. ISSN 2663-8118. Available at: <http://jaa.tu.edu.iq/index.php/art/article/view/889>. Date accessed: 30 nov. 2020. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.25130/j.a.a.v12i43.889.