The Effectiveness of Journalistic Associations and Syndicates in Algeria: A Survey Study on Algerian Journalists
Keywords:media, journalistic associations and syndicates, media accountability
This article examines the development of journalistic associations and syndicates in Algeria since independence, as well as explains the most essential shortcomings and difficulties of these entities in Algeria which could undermine journalistic practice's improvement and prosperity. The study sought to evaluate and assess the level of journalistic associations by using an online survey of 25 members of media associations and unions to explore its effectiveness on Algeria's media landscape. As a result, journalistic association and syndicate demonstrated the critical needs for a more democratic environment in order to carry out their duty effectively without any restrictions, based on the autonomy, pluralism, and diversity in Algeria media landscape.
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