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Prof.Ahmed Falah Alomosh Academic RankProfessor

Specialization:

  • Sociology

Research Interests:

  • Social Theory, Crime and Security Studies

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-Ph.D. in sociology from the New School for Social Research University - New York (U.S.A) in 1990. - M. A. in sociology from the New School for Social Research University - New York (U.S.A) in 1986 -B.A in sociology from the University of Jordan ,1980
-The American Sociological Association, listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Social Sciences Higher Education ( WWSSHE )2007 and the Sociological Association of the UAE and the American University at Sharjah. -Selected Research Projects -Family Communication in UAE Society , Emirate Foundation, 2014
Family Communication in UAE Society , Emirate Foundation, 2014
published research in peer-reviewed international research journals in the area of family, social problems, school violence unemployment, poverty, terrorism and family violence. The most excellent of his research: school violence in UAE, unemployment in UAE, family in UAE and social problems in UAE. Most of his work is policy oriented research
-Academic Distinction 2009 – 2008(UOS), Award for the best paper in the social sciences and humanities 2009 – 2008(UOS). --University and Community Services Award 2007 – 2008 (UOS), -University and Community Services Award 2006 – 2007 (UOS), -Award for the best paper in the social sciences and humanities 2007 – 2008 (UOS)and academic distinction in the College of Arts and Sciences 2007 – 2008
Prof. Alomosh has taught many courses including Advanced social theory, Advanced social research, Crime Prevention, community Policing, Criminal Justice and UAE society. In his teaching, he has been using a problem solving approach , and Blackboard as a teaching aid. He obtained excellent ratings in peer and student evaluations. On the assessment level, he makes students assess their learning throughout the course by letting them refer to the course learning objective and reflect on how and what leaning objective they have achieved from the course.
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