The Communicator and Media Work Pressure: A Field Study of Workers in the Libyan Media

Abdulkrim Ajmi Ziani, Mohammad Falah Al Qudah


This analytical descriptive study aimed at identifying the professional pressures which affected workers in the Libyan media and its impact on the daily performance of media workers. The study was conducted on a sample of (353) in the areas of information media (press, radio, television, news agency) in Libya. The study showed a low degree of pressure on workers in the Libyan media; the television workers are the most vulnerable to pressure, compared to other professions. Working conditions may constitute a factor in such a relatively high degree of stress in this profession. So much so that significant statistical differences at 0.05 appeared. Besides, the study also showed significant statistical differences among all occupations (at 0.05)

Key words: Communicator, media work pressures, job load, and job satisfaction

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