Mass Communication Program Coordinator , Associate Professor of Radio and Television, Program Reaccreditation Coordinator, Member of the University’s Curriculum and Study Plans Committee, Member of the Advisory Board and the College Council, worked as a coordinator for the radio and television concentration during 2012-2016, interested in researching the impact of the new media on radio and television, has scientific and societal contributions including: Member of an review committee of Rashid Bin Humaid Award for Culture and Science, an external evaluator for the exams of the Mass Communication program at the Gulf University in Bahrain, member of the inspection team for the MC program at the University of Science and Technology of Fujairah, member of the scientific committees for the international scientific conference of the College of Education at Jerash University in Jordan since 2013 Pass international sports media at the University of Msila in Algeria. In addition, has published two books, and a number of research papers, besides, participating in a number of scientific conferences.
The research problem relates to two aspects. The first concerns the consciousness of Sufism by changing the image type towards them, and the second relates aspect of Sufi awareness of the change towards them is the tendency of Sufi sheikhs to change the traditional image of the Sufi Sheikh. The research study the problem through a number of changes brought about by the period of the rule of political Islam in Sudan at the period from 1989 to date. One of the most important research result is that societal and political reality has imposed great transformations in the image of the traditional mystic in society.
Background: Social media provides women with varying platforms to express themselves, show their talents, communicate and expand their social relationships, and break the shackles imposed by their societies. Theoretically, social media can play a significant role in developing women’s freedom and decreasing social pressures; nonetheless, women continue to face violence during the social media era mainly in the form of psychological violence. Objective: This study aims to conduct an empirical in-depth analysis of how the digital space, particularly social media, provides men with new opportunities to surveil, restrict, harass, and intimidate feminists in Arab countries. Methods: This study includes an empirical survey to investigate what Arab women think are the causes and types of violence wielded against them and their perspectives on the impact of that violence. This study used a web-based questionnaire administered through Google Forms (n=1312) with responses from Arab women aged 15 years and above from all Arab countries. Results: We found that most Arab women feared posting an actual photograph of themselves on their social media accounts and only approximately one-third (490/1312, 37.3%) did so. Most women indicated that they encountered sexual harassment regardless of their age. Furthermore, most women were not aware of the legal aspects of this crime and even those who were aware indicated that they would not press charges for several reasons, including bringing dishonor upon their families, the time-consuming nature of litigation, and fear of revenge.
Tourism marketing becomes an important media activity, using all print, audio, video and interactive media In order to attract the largest number of local or foreign tourists, This study has attempted to focus on the role of Sharjah tv Channel in the promotion of tourism in Sharjah, The study has analyzed sample of programs contents from Sharjah tv Program Schedule in the first half of the 2018, The study reached a number of results, including that Sharjah tv tourism promotion programs provided in coordination with a group of concerned institutions had a positive impact in the tourism investment and attracting tourists.
The study sought to explore the effects of interactive or new media models on radio work and to read the implications of these developments and their results through a case study of a contemporary radio experiment, namely, visual radio and its uses in the United Arab Emirates. In the study sample and analysis of the content of the two radio stations selected as a model for the experiment, namely, Ajman Radio and Noor Dubai Radio. One of the most important results of the research is that the radio stations in the UAE, despite their modernity, were able to deduce as much of the media audience, and the experience is constantly evolving. These radio stations know how to create bases for preparation and production commensurate with different modes and platforms of communication
Sports media is one of the active media and communication fields that has become an appreciated presence and an important life reality for its audience, activities and tools, as well as its general and specialized media. Sports media also contributed during its long history positively to the process of communication performance and media work as a result of its evolutionary leaps and various transformations at the level of content, technologies and means. . Media charters are ethical controls and self-judgments that motivate media efforts towards high professional performance that is keen on respecting social systems and seeks to achieve media positivity, respect for impartiality, credibility and the desired integrity. It is often noted that Arab media charters are interested in indicators related to the performance of public media without allocating a set of controls related to sports media in particular, which makes the endeavor towards developing sports media charters an imperative in the near future in order to achieve an era of professional guarantees in this media field. The extent of the position of the sports system in the Arab media charters through scientific reading in the articles of the press code of honor issued by the Emirates Journalists Association.
Digital communication technology has been closely linked to human communication and its means, and this connection has led to a complex overlap between communication techniques and information technology to the extent that it is difficult to differentiate in the tasks and informational roles of each of them in traditional means of communication or media such as radio and television. The use of digital technologies, which started with the use of computers and its networks in media work and became more effective with the use of the Internet, has led to more transformations in the field of media work in traditional means of communication, as the use of digital technology has made a major shift with regard to media content and the form related to radio and television programs and materials. In addition to its impact on the means and tools of work within these means. This modest study attempts to scientifically approximate the impact of the Internet and digital communication technology on media performance in traditional means of communication, particularly radio and television, with a focus on relationships and transformations.
The relation between the media and education is so interrelated and harmonious that no one can distinguish their tasks in societies. This relationship becomes increasingly strong when one contemplates their extremely important role in the constructive communication process aimed at activating societies. They are also interrelated with economic, social, political, cultural and other fields of life. Media or communication is a complex process of activity through which man spends most of his\her life. (Abu Esba’ 199, p201) In an attempt to shed light on this relationship, this study aims at considering the educational consequences of the media in general and the Arab satellite channels in particular. To demonstrate the role of these channels in this respect, We analyzed random samples of data of the UAE society gathered through questionnaire and we came up with some results and proposals. One of the results of the study is that these channels are highly respected by the Arab audience and this can be positively exploited in the educational process. Another result is that the Arab audiences \viewers trust these channels as authorities in selecting the educational values through various forms of TV programs. The study also concludes that positive interaction is the best means of implanting educational values in societies by concentrating on positive useful sides and removing those negative ones of all TV programs in particular and the educational ones in general. As for the study proposals, it suggests that media should be activated in the education process through establishing an educational-societal-media system able to implant educational values in society enabling generations to interact positively with new realities of life.
Purpose - Consumer buying behavior has always been a sensitive aspect that can be affected by the various factors typically; this has been experienced during the span of COVID-19. The main purpose of this study is to investigate the main factors that affect the consumer’s buying behavior during the COVID-19 outbreak. The study aims to learn about potential factors such as fear and irrational behavior and their influence on consumers' buying behavior. Design/methodology/approach - The research surveyed 500 participants from more than 40 countries. The study collected data through an online designed questionnaire using a convenient sampling approach. The study employed a structural equation modeling approach using Smart PLS 3.3.3. Findings - The results of the survey show that consumer-buying behavior is changed during the COVID-19, as consumers enter the panic and fear phase. Therefore, consumers stock necessary products due to fear of quarantine and lock-down. Another crucial key finding of this study is that the consumers have encountered various risks as "personal, social and economic risks," besides which the study also shows that consumers during COVID-19 changed their attitude and preference towards the products of safety and survival as 'gloves, masks, food, sanitizers, and hand soap.' This study shows that COVID-19 has a tremendous influence on consumer buying behavior. Originality/value - The findings of this study are in line with what Arjun Chaudhuri (2007) has addressed regarding emotions and reasons of consumers while purchasing a product as "joy and sorrow are basic, primal motivations in the human condition, and are crucial determinants in our choices of products and services.