Sources of Information of the Sudanese Community in Libya (the City of Al-Bayda) in Following up on the Sudanese Events
Keywords:Sources of Information, Sudanese Community, Events, City of Al-Bayda, Libya
This study aimed to know the sources of information of the Sudanese community in the State of Libya (the city of Al-Bayda) in following up on the Sudanese events during the study period and the extent of their dependence on those sources, using the survey method on a random sample of 215 individuals from the Sudanese community in the city of Al-Bayda, and the most prominent results were as follows. The intensity of respondents' exposure to information sources for following up on events increased by 60.5%, averaged by 30.2%, and low by 9.3%.The respondents’ confidence in Sudanese sources came to the fore at 93%, then Arabic at 90%, then the Internet and its services at 46.4%, and finally foreign sources at 41.9%. The most follow-up events by the respondents came to the forefront of which was the removal of Sudan from the list of countries sponsoring terrorism, the follow-up to the peace interfaces with the various factions, the International Court, and the extradition of Al-Bashir and the wanted persons, and the achievements of the 100% Empowerment Removal Committee. The multiplicity of information sources for the treatment of events came at a moderate rate of 55.8%, a high rate of 27.6%, and a low rate of 16.3%. The temporal effects came in the first place, then the emotional effects in the second place, and finally the behavioral effects.
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