Media’s Role in Strengthening the Relationship Between Political Culture and Democratic Transformation in Libya

Khairia Mohamed Alddaghili, Abdulwahed Jalal Nori


This paper focuses on mass media’s impact on citizens’ confidence in political and Democratic transformation in Libya preferences of how political institutions should work and the outcomes they should produce moderate mass media’s impact. Building on research of media framing effects on political attitudes a preference-perception model of media effects is developed. The model explains how the relationship between political reality perceptions that trace back to media coverage and political preferences derived by Socialization in a political culture. The paper also develops a distinct set of specific media frames that correspond to a variety of political preferences as well as aspects of political legitimation. The model contributes to further specifications of the relationship between mediated political information and political attitudes. A multi-group analysis approach was applied to assess the moderating effect of Media’s Role. The findings indicated that model of study in the presence of the support of the Media’s Role is appropriate and inappropriate in light of the lack of support by the media’s role.

Keywords: Media’s Role, Political culture, Democratic transformation.


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