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Dr.Alaa Akkof Faculty Member Academic RankAssistant Professor
Alaa Akkof

Specialization:

  • Mass Communication

Research Interests:

  • Mass communication | New media | Radio and Television

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Dr. Alaa Makki worked in media research in its various fields, particularly in radio, television, and traditional and digital journalism, in addition to heading several media institutions and Iraqi and Arab newspapers in Iraq, Jordan, and the UAE. He has made many contributions to research, training, and development in media skills. Dr. Alaa Makki also headed the editor-in-chief of many Iraqi and Arab newspapers, Dr. Alaa Makki worked as director of the second channel on Iraq TV, director of the second Iraqi radio station in Baghdad, Editor-in-chief of Al-Zawra weekly newspaper in Baghdad Editor-in-chief of Nabd Al-Shabab newspaper in Baghdad, Member of the opinion board in the Iraqi Ministry of Information, Managing Editor of Babel Daily newspaper, director of Al-Aqaria channel in Dubai, director of Fujairah Radio in the UAE, general manager and head of news for Al-Madar channel. Now he is the director of the Media Production Center at the College of Communication and a faculty member at the College of Communication.
Member of the jury of Al Ain Film Festival - UAE Member of the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate - Iraq Member of the Iraqi Artists Syndicate. Baghdad - Iraq Member of the Union of Arab Journalists - Egypt Member of the Media Science and Public Relations Association - Iraq
Journal Articles: Makki, A., & Bali, A. (2021). Trends in press coverage of feminist activity in the UAE media: An analytical study. International journal of research 9(3). Doi: 10.29121/granthaalayah.v9.i3.2021.3712 Makki, A., & Jwaniat, M. (2021). Trends in press coverage of feminist activity in the UAE media: An analytical study. International journal of research 9(3). Doi: 10.29121/granthaalayah.v9.i3.2021.3712 Bou Ali, N., & Makki, A. (2021). The Use of Social Media as a Platform in Education: Ramifications of COVID-19 in Iraq. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 10(3). Doi: https://doi.org/10.36941/ajis-2021-0093 Digital visual business patterns in films, an analytical study (analytical study) "accepted for publication in the Journal of Jordan Studies. Issue 3, June 2022. The role of field training in qualifying students of media faculties, specializing in radio and television. Published in Saudi Communication Magazine, Issue 28. 2021. "Visual media in light of the challenges of artificial intelligence" published in the Journal of Arts and Humanities - University of Baghdad - Issue 137, May 2021. "The role of radio programming and production in attracting the audience, a study on radio stations: Sharjah, Ajman, Noor Dubai", published in the Tunisian Communication Magazine - Issue 62, 2021. "The role of social media pioneers in the development of the Iraqi media market (analytical study)", published in the Journal of Society and Human Behavior, Beirut Arab University, February 2022. "American propaganda in Iraq... Motives and justifications" published in the Journal of Media Research - Cairo University - Issue 62, January 2018. "Use of Arabic Language by Secondary School Students in Social Networking Sites" Seventh Arabic Language Conference - Dubai, 2018. "The Role of Social Media Entrepreneurs in Developing the Iraqi Digital Media Marketing: An Analytical Stud, Published in BAU Journal - Society, Culture and Human Behavior Vol. 3 Iss. 2. (2022). American Propaganda Style in Iraq: An Analytical Study in American Official Discourse. Published in Egyptian Journal of Media Research, Iss.62 2018. "Use of Arabic Language by Secondary School Students in Social Networking Sites" Seventh Arabic Language Conference - Dubai, 2018. Media between professional and responsibility, a comparative study between the United Arab Emirates and Jordan. Published in The Sixth International Forum Events entitled "Artificial Intelligence and the Challenges of Communication and Development in the Arab World" 26-28-2020.
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