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International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism


2021, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part A
Women journalists in Lebanon: The broken ladder


Author(s): Vikas

Abstract: Notwithstanding making up a greater part and being dynamic in the media field, Lebanese ladies writers are as yet barred from top administration positions. This paper concentrates on the elements that ruin Lebanese ladies writers from ascending the stepping stool to high levels. It inspects the situation with ladies writers in administrative roles in the media field, concentrates on the obstructions and the hindrances, and investigates the unattainable rank they face. It is a mix of subjective and quantitative methodologies, as we searched for consistency among learned witnesses, to guarantee exhaustive clarifications and inside and out comprehension of the connected issues. The discoveries of the paper research media columnists' perspectives as far as orientation variety and orientation segregation. They shed the light on the fundamental deterrents, ladies and men columnist’s interviewees had an outlook on ladies absence of progress as well as their failure to expect a spot in dynamic positions. Notwithstanding, this study isn't without its impediments; consequently, it prescribes further examination to unequivocally investigate systems that advance dynamic support of ladies in dynamic constructions in media in Lebanon. It makes esteem for the media area as well as advantages also the Lebanese society at large.

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Vikas. Women journalists in Lebanon: The broken ladder. International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism. 2021; 2(2): 06-10.
International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism