الإتجاهات الحديثة فى دراسات وضع الأجندة في العالم العربي

  • حمزه سعد محمد جامعة زايد - دبي - الإمارات، جامعة المنيا - مصر
الكلمات المفتاحية: ترتيب الأولويات ، المستوي الثاني، الدراسات الكيفية ، الأجندة الافقية ، التواصل الآجتماعي

الملخص

تهدف هذه الدراسة إلي معرفة المعالم الرئيسة للإتجاهات الحديثة فى دراسات الأجندة مستخدمة أسلوب التحليل الثانوى Secondary Qualitative Analysis فضلاً عن الأسلوب الكمي فى تحليل أبرز الدراسات الحديثة الصادرة فى مجال دراسات وضع الأجندة فى المدة من عام 2007وحتى 2017 . وقد قام الباحث بتحليل 110 دراسة منها 35 دراسة عربية و75 دراسة أجنبية بهدف تحديد أبرز الإتجاهات البحثية ووصفها وتقويمها التى وردت ضمن دراسات ترتيب الأولويات عربيا وأجنبيا. وقد توصلت الدراسة إلي تنامي دراسات الأجندة على مستوى العالم بشكل مطرد، صاحبه تنوع فى الإتجاهات النظرية والأدوات البحثية المستخدمة. كما أكدت النتائج أن الدراسات العربية غلب عليها إستخدام الجوانب المنهجية التقليدية والأدوات البحثية المتعارف عليها مثل إستخدام منهج المسح وتحليل المضمون،عكس الدراسات الأجنبية التي إستخدمت المنهج التجريبي كما ركزت على الدراسات الممتدة والمقارنه وعبر مدد زمنية متباعدة. وقد أوصت الدراسة بزيادة التعاون بين الباحثين العرب وإعادة مسح الخريطة البحثية فى مجال دراسات الأجندة وزيادة الإهتمام بالدراسات المقارنة ومراجعة الأدوات والمناهج المستخدمة وزيادة الإهتمام بالدراسات البينية وعبر مدد زمنية متنوعة.

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سعد محمدح. (1). الإتجاهات الحديثة فى دراسات وضع الأجندة في العالم العربي . AL – Bahith AL – A a‚LAMI, 11(44), 41-66. https://doi.org/10.33282/abaa.v11i44.274
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