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Dr.Khaled Shaker Gaweesh Assistant Dean of College of Communication Academic RankAssociate Professor

Specialization:

  • Public Relations

Research Interests:

  • (1) Image studies on individual, groups, countries, and culture; and its relationship with communication, (2) The use and effects of social media from social and political perspectives, (3) Interdisciplinary advertising studies especially the one related to politics, culture, image and audience.

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PhD in Mass Communication from the Department of PR & Advertising, College of Mass Communication, Cairo University
Associate Professor, PR Department
Manage research centers; manage research projects, advertising copy writing, translation and editing for print media.
Member of many university committees, chair and member of many committees on the College and Department levels
The audience use of electronic government services in UAE
(1) The Effect of Social Networking Sites on Social Relationships: An Applied Study on Egyptian Audience, the Egyptian Journal of Communication Research, Vol. 56. No. 3, September, 2016. (2) Televised Political Advertising in Egypt: The Case of 2012 Parliamentary Elections, The Scientific Journal of Public Relations & Advertising Research, Issue No. 3, April-June 2015.
Advising many projects in the Professional Master Track, College of Communication, University of Sharjah, in addition to supervising tens of graduation projects for undergraduate students
Providing many consultations, training programs, workshops, and diplomas for a wide variety of governmental and private organizations in UAE.
My teaching philosophy depends on many principles I believe in, among the most important are: the university is building personality as well as being an educational institution, the student is the center of the learning process, the quality and modernity of educational material, the pluralistic and inclusiveness of visions and respect for different views, the importance of modern technologies in teaching and learning, the applied nature of studying communication, public relations and advertising, the diversity and comprehensiveness of assessment methods, the ethical and moral construct as an essential cornerstone in the student's personality, and finally , the constant and continuing communication between teacher and students.
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