Partisan media discourse and its impact on community security


  • Jawad Al-Majjami Member of the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate, Member of the British Journalists Syndicate, Member of the International Federation of Journalists. Master of Mass Communications in Radio and Television Journalism – London.



- Media discourse - political parties - Community security - Media channels


The research deals with the media and its most influential role in societies in the world, and perhaps Iraq is among the countries in which democratic change and openness took place at the media level since 2003.

The absence of a firm censor has led to a state of media chaos prevailing in most areas and on a large scale, far from professional ethics. Particularly the media owned by parties and political blocks are establishing a political reality in which there are many problems that require objective and rational solutions from the relevant authorities to limit this conflict between partisan interest and the national interest, especially in a country that is witnessing fragmentation and the rise of sub-identities at the expense of national identity, and the rampant administrative and financial corruption.

The essence of the research is to seek to study this problem scientifically and to investigate the nature of the conflict that occurs in the discourse and performance of many ideological Iraqi satellite media channels that follow political parties, and to study the contents of their political programs realistically for the purpose of limiting the abuses that hinder the achievement of societal security and political stability. The conscious public must be involved, based on its understanding and life experiences, in political issues, so that there is a kind of harmony between the media, politicians, and the public.




How to Cite

Jawad Kazem Al-Khalisi. (2023). Partisan media discourse and its impact on community security. Tikrit Journal For Political Science, 3(pic4), 467–488.