Ahmed Farouk Radwan is a faculty member at the department of public relations in the college of communication, the University of Sharjah in UAE. His scholarly and research interests include media ethics, digital media, public relations, government communication, corporate reputation, education, and sustainability. He published many studies in peer-reviewed scientific journals in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Lebanon, and the United Arab Emirates, as well as contributed to local and international conferences. Ahmed holds a BA in Public Relations and Advertising from Cairo University, and Ph.D. from Helwan University, Egypt. He is a member of the academic committee of the international government communication forum.
Radwan, A.F, (2010). Studies in public relations and advertising. Cairo, Dar Alalam Elaraby Publishing. Cairo, Dar Alalam Elaraby for Publishing
Radwan, A.F, (2013). Special topics and cases in public relations. Cairo, Dar Alalam Elaraby Publishing
Radwan, A.F, (2013). Marketing & Advertising Communication. UAE, Dar Alketab Algamey Publishing
Ayad. K, & Radwan, A.F, (2013). Public Relations and Organizational Communication via Internet, Cairo, Aldar Almasrya Allebnanya Publishing
Mohamed, M., Radwan, A.F, Albusmuit ,A. & and Almarzoky, Sh. (2017). Best Practices in Governmental Communication, Sharjah Government Media Bureau
Ayish, M, Ayad, K, Radwan, A.F, and Alrobayan, S,2020, Government Communication: Theory and Practices, UAE, Sharjah Government Media Bureau
Ayish, M., Ayad, K., Radwan, A.F Radwan, and Mousa Sh.,2021, Professional Guidelines and Ethics in Government Communication, UAE, Sharjah Government Media Office
Radwan, A.F, (2017). Audience perception for online government communication quality, Algerian journal for communication, 26,16-65
Radwan, A.F, & Alshawy A.(2017). The role of social marketing campaigns in raising SEWA clients awareness towards consumption, Arab journal for communication and media research, 16, 16-41
Radwan, A.F, (2017). Government communication legal and ethical rules via social media in UAE. Arab journal for communication and media research,17, 26-39
Radwan, A.F, & Mousa, Sh. (2020). Emirate national values reflected in official government accounts on Instagram, Arab Journal For Media and Communication.23,69-102
Radwan, A.F,Omar, A. (2019)Elements of building government websites: An experimental study, AlBahith Alalami,26,71-96 http://abaa.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/abaa/article/view/407
Radwan, A.F, (2020). Health communication during risk, Arab Journal For Media and Communication, 31, 4-13
Radwan, A.F. (2019).Participation and building national identity through e - government portal for Arab countries: A comparative study Arab Media and Society, 27
Snoussi, T., & Radwan, AF (2020). Distance E-Learning (DEL) and Communication Studies During Covid-19 Pandemic. Latin American Utopia and Praxis , 25 (1), 253-270. https://produccioncientificaluz.org/index.php/utopia/article/view/34378
Snoussi, T., Habib, B,B., Radwan, AF & Gaidi, M.(2020). Social media for learning: perceptions and behaviors, Periodicals of Engineering and Natural Sciences (PEN), (8)4, 2195-2207
Radwan, A.F, & Mousa, Sh. (2020). (2020). Government communication strategies during coronavirus pandemic: United Arab Emirates Lessons, Journal of Health Management, 22(4) 516 –527
Snoussi, T., Habib, B,B., Radwan, AF & Mousa,Sh.(2020) (2020) Knowledge, understanding, and adherence to Social Media regulations by youth in the United Arab Emirates, Arab Media & Society 30
Radwan, A.F. and Khalil, E.M.A.S. (2021), "Knowledge, attitude and practice toward sustainability among university students in UAE", International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 22(5). 964-981
Radwan, A.F, & Mousa, Sh., Mohamed,M., & Mohamed E., (2021). Impact of Social Media Influencer Marketing On Youth Purchase Intentions in UAE, Journal of media watch, 12(2).
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Al-Jallad M., & (2021) Exploring social media fatigue among youth in the United Arab Emirates, Journal of Print and Media Technology research, (10) 3 , 163–178
Khayrat Ayad and Ahmed Farouk (2014) Egypt , in Tom Watson “Middle Eastern and African Perspectives on The Development of Public Relations Other Voices , UK , Palgrave Pivot.