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Volume :2018 Issue : 129 2018      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Coverage of ``Al- Massera Al- Tarbawya Magazine'' Affiliated to the Ministry of Education in the State of Kuwait for Issues of the Individuals with Special Needs "An Analytical Study"

Auther : Dr. Mohammad M. Al -Abdulgafoor- Nouf M. Al-Rasheedi

The aim of the recent study is to identify the reality of covering the issues related to individuals with special needs through the analysis of a publication affiliated to the Ministry of Education; namely "Al Maseera Al- Tarbawya" Magazine. The study used the descriptive analytical method, through the quantitative and qualitative approaches together as a tool for the study. The sample of the Study includeed issues of the Magazine released during three academic years as from (2013/2014) until (2015/2016), comparing (35) issues, with total pages of 1645 pages. For the purpose of addressing the question of study, the frequency Percentage within the analysis is calculated. The most important of which are the topics related to the individuals of special needs, are not a point of concern with enough amount to the Magazine, as there were not any regular pages devoted to such subjects related to individuals with special needs, and educational activities taking place at school where educational workshops are organized. The volume of media coverage given to the issues related with a percentage of (5.63%). and education related topics were given more than half of the volume of the media coverage occupying the first place with percentage of (53,93%), while the topics related to issues of the rights and laws connected to individuals with special needs, as well as, the health of handicapped were given the lowest concern with a percentage of (2.24%) equally. Also the most predominant journalistic form used to cover tropics related to the study were the "News" category with percentage of (88.8%), Learning Difficulties were the mostly covered category of disabilities with percentage of (15.7%), while Autism took the lowest percentage of Coverage given only one topic, motor disables were not mentioned. Media art design and other production aspects were highly taken care of. Recommendations are cited.

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