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|Title||The Dependence of the Youth of the Islamic World on Social Networks in the Follow-up to the Palestinian Issue: a Field Study on Students in Turkey|
|Title in Arabic||اعتماد شباب العالم الإسلامي على شبكات التواصل الاجتماعي في متابعة القضية الفلسطينية: دراسة ميدانية على الطلبة في تركيا|
Abstract: This study aims to identify the extent to which the youth of the Muslim world residing in Turkey rely on social networks to follow up the Palestinian issue, the motives behind following-up, and the effects of such follow-up. This study is a descriptive research that used the survey methodology, in which the public opinion survey methodology was collected. The data of the study were collected through the codified survey paper, which was distributed electronically to 142 respondents studying in Turkey. The study reached several results, most notably: the degree of confidence of the respondents with the information they get from social media about the Palestinian issue was moderate with an average of (67.6%). the specialty of the Palestinian Issue ranked the highest amongst the motives of the Muslim Youth to follow up with an average of (63.0%). While the cognitive effects of the respondents focus on awareness of the dangers that threaten Al-Aqsa Mosque ranked first with an average of (74.8%). According to respondents, the growing concern about the fate of the Palestinian issue ranked first in terms of emotional effects with an average of (65.2%), whereas opinion discussion and its behavioral effects about the course of the events on the Palestinian issue got the highest rank with an average of (67.4%).
|Published in||(International Journal of Media, Journalism and Mass Communications (IJMJMC|
|Publisher||(International Journal of Media, Journalism and Mass Communications (IJMJMC|