College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Organizes Virtual Research Forum for Graduate Students
June 28, 2021
Under the patronage of Prof. Hamid M.K. Al Naimiy, the Chancellor of the University, and in presence of Prof. Hussain AL-Othman, Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, the college organized the first Virtual Research Forum for Graduate Students, during which many research papers submitted by graduate students in the college in various disciplines were discussed. A Large number of faculty members, researchers and graduate students participated in the Forum.
At the beginning of the Forum, Prof. Hussain AL-Othman welcomed the participants, pointing out that the aim of holding this forum is to encourage graduate students to present their research ideas and discuss them with their professors and colleagues to help them improve their research input.
Mohammed Abdel Karim M Al-Hourani, Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies College, stressed the importance of this meeting for graduate students and their exchange of views and experiences in the field of scientific research.
The Forum included three research sessions that were virtually held through e-applications. The first session entitled "Sociological Approaches" was moderated by Jamal Al-Bah, PhD Student in Sociology, Chairman of the Arab Family Organization, addressed a number of topics, namely "the Role of Civil Society Institutions in the Political Upbringing of the State of Kuwait" by Bibi Mahmoud Issa, "The Reality of Scientific Research in the Arab Countries" by Fatima Ahmed Al-Gharabawi, "Societal Challenges and Obstacles Facing Handicapped People" by Alia Ahmed Rashid Al-Shehhi. The fourth paper dealt with the issue of analyzing the situation to combat drugs and rehabilitate addicts in the Emirate of Dubai by Khadija Ahmed Al Balushi.
The second session, entitled "Literary and Linguistic Approaches", was moderated by Muhammad Hassan Khalaf, Graduate Students in the Arabic Department, and Director- General of Sharjah Broadcasting Authority. Ruqayya Awad Hareb Al-Ketbi presented a paper entitled "Narrative Structure in Contemporary Poetry "Do not Reconcile" as Model". Hassan Ali al-Hammadi presented a paper entitled "Critical Review of Prosody in Book of Anīs Wa al-jalīs". Moza Abdullah Fadhil Al-Abdouli presented a paper entitled "Semantic Shifts in Diwan: "Trying to Connect Two Banks with a Voice" by Wadih Saada (a stylistic study). Hamda Ibrahim Mohammed al-Awadhi presented a paper entitled "Humor in Arabic Literature (the art of Al -Hamadhānī's Maqāmāt)". The session concluded with a study presented by Rawan Ahmed Dardes entitled "Methods of Classical Persuasion through Grammar in the Story of the Fisherman and the Jinni".
The third session of the Forum, entitled (Sociological-Historical Approaches), moderated by the, Mr. Ali Ibrahim Al-Marri, PhD Student in History and Islamic civilization, Head of of Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi's Office, addressed a number of research papers. Sami Abdullah Al-Naqbi presented a paper entitled "A Study of the Book of "Inquisition" " . Aisha Rashid Al-Alawi presented a paper entitled "Criteria for Marital Choice among Omani Youth and their Impact on Achieving Marital Compatibility". Mohammed Ahmed Suleiman Al Dhaheri presented a paper entitled "Methods Used by the Social Specialist to Meet the Challenges facing students in Ajman schools." Ahlam Muhammad Al Shamsi presented a paper entitled "Anglo-French Economic Competition on the Positions of Influence in the Arabian Gulf from 1664 AD to 1904." The session concluded with a study by Bayna Matar Al Tunaiji entitled "Community's Perceptions of Spinsterhood", by conducting a field study on a sample of University students. She also presented a paper entitled "Challenges Facing Children in Alternative Families"