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Author Abou-Khalil, Naji, author

Title Libyan television and its influence on the security sector / Naji Abou-Khalil and Laurence Hargreaves
Published Washington, DC : United States Institute of Peace, [2015]
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Description 1 online resource (7 pages) : color illustrations
Series Special report ; 364
Special report (United States Institute of Peace) ; 364
Contents Politicization of the media -- Trust in channels -- Conclusions
Summary "During and after Libya's revolution, national media outlets became known and popular for their balanced reporting. The situation in the few years since has changed, however. The security landscape in Libya today is a confusing array of institutional and non-institutional actors each asserting legitimacy. The country is on the brink of full-scale civil war. Its media has become both polarized and a key tool for many security actors. This report looks at three primary television channels to offer insights into the media's role in shaping public perceptions and building political constituencies"--Publisher's web site
Notes "April 2015"--Page 1
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 7)
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (USIP, viewed May 5, 2015)
Subject Civil War (Libya : 2011-)
Internal security -- Libya -- Public opinion
Mass media and public opinion -- Libya
Security sector -- Libya -- Public opinion
Internal security -- Public opinion.
Mass media and public opinion.
Politics and government.
Libya -- History -- Civil War, 2011-
Libya -- Politics and government -- 21st century
Form Electronic book
Author Hargreaves, Laurence, author
United States Institute of Peace, publisher