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Journal of Media and Social Studies for Specialized Researches (JMSSSR)

About the Journal :

The Journal of Media and Social Studies for Specialized Researches is issued quarterly by the Scientific Institute for Advanced Training and Studies (SIATS), it is considered valuable achievement for SIATS institute to establish this journal in order to serve the issues of nations and human society’s. The journal contributes significantly in research and development through publishing distinguished researchers according to the scientific publishing standards. The journal is an outcome of collaborations between a distinguished community of leading academics and researchers from Arabic, Islamic and Western world.

Journal Goals
  • To encourage the scientific research in the Arabic and Islamic universities, as well to provide the opportunity for researchers to publish their scientific researchers.
  • To contribute in producing continuous and specialized researchers in the areas of media, communication, and social sciences.
  • Encouraging the creative researches and competition between researchers which will contribute to improve the researcher’s skills and researcher’s


THE LIVE BROADCAST ACROSS SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON THE PROFESSIONAL COVERAGE OF ARABIC NEWS CHANNELS" ANALYTICAL STUDY

This study aimed at clarifying the features of the news coverage after the era of media openness and the emergence of social networking sites as a source of strong force in the world of communication and even the media through an analytical study of some videos which was the primary source of events in the Arab region. Including: that the social networking sites imposed themselves as a maker of events and the erosion of television channels to force them on the ways of these events and processed through the screens, as 66.67% of the issues that were put on Al Jazeera produced by social networking sites, but Al Jazeera has overcome the side According to its general orientation and field of specialization, the pioneers of social networking sites are interested in political issues because they chose the most active issues on social media platforms, of which 35.55% were political.