Mr. Farahat Ali

Mr. Farahat Ali

Lecturer

Farahat.ali@ucp.edu.pk
Ext: 221

Mr. Farahat Ali has 3 years of teaching experience as a lecturer. He is doing his PhD from Institute of Communication studies, University of the Punjab. Previously, he has done MPhil in research track from Institute of communication studies, University of the Punjab. He received his BS (Mass Communication) degree from the Department of Mass Communication, University of Sargodha. He has good command on multiple softwares which includes CITAVI, Mendeley, SPSS, JAMOVI, AMOS and Smart Partial Least Square. He has presented more than ten research papers at various national and international conferences. His area of interest includes celebrity endorsement, advertising, political communication, Health Communication and Media Psychology.

MPhilInternational Communication, Research Method, Communication TheoryUniversity of the Punjab2014-2016
BS (Mass Communication)Electronic Media, Research Method, University of Sargodha2009-2013
LecturerUniversity of Central Punjab2019-Continue
Lecturer Cum Research AssociateUniversity of Management and Technology2017-2019
Research AssistantUniversity of the Punjab2016-2017
1Awais, M., Ali, F., & Kanwal, A. (2020). Individual-Level Factors and Variation in Exposure to Online Hate Material: A Cross-National Comparison of Four Asian Countries. Journal of Media Studies, 35(2), 127-164.
2Zaidi, A., Hanan, A., Ali, F., & Awais, M. (2020). Media Objectification and Women Clothing Buying Behaviour: Social Comparison and Self-Gratification as Mediators. International Journal of Media and Information Literacy, 5(2), 227-236. DOI: 10.13187/ijmil.2020.2.227
3Haroon, M., Saeed, M., Ali, F., & Awais, M. (2020). Social Media Intrusion and Psychological Adjustment among University Students: The Mediating Role of Religious Commitment and Spirituality. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict, 24(S1), 1-14.
4Ali, F., Siddique, A., Usman, M., Awais, M. (2020). Fear of Missing Out and Psychological Well-Being: The Mediating Role of Compulsive Use and Social Comparison. Pakistan Journal of Social Issues, 11(1), 82-97.
5Awais, M., Hameed ur Rahman, B., Ali, F., & Zulfiqar, A. (2020). Laugh Labs and Their Treatment: Analysis of the Satirical Language of Leading Infotainment Programs of Pakistani News Channels. Journal of Media Studies, 35(1), 103-135.
6Amjad, K., Saeed, M., Ali, F., Awais, M. (2020). Social Media Use and Political Polarization: Political Engagement as a Mediator. The Journal of Social Sciences Research, 6(8), 804-810. doi.org/10.32861/jssr.68.804.810
7Ashraf, A., Tayyab, M., Awais, M., Ali, F. (2020). Effects of Job Insecurity on Media Professionals of Pakistan. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict, 24(3), 1-15.
8Awais, M., Maqbool, K., Ali, F., & Bhatti, T. F. (2020). Social Media’s Contribution to Self-Sexualisation Behaviours Among Male Students: The Mediating Role of Self-Objectification and Internalization of Rewarded Beauty. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict, 24(3), 1-14.
9Zafar, Z., Ali, F., Awais, M., & Saeed, M. (2020). Exposure to Mediated Celebrities and Mate Preferences: The Mediating Role of Identification and Parasocial Relationships. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict, 24(3), 1-15.
10Ijaz, S., Awais, M., Naeem, M., Ali, F. (2020). Rendering Muslims as Terrorists in the English Comic Books: Analysis of Liberty for All and Holly Terror. The Journal of Social Sciences Research, 6(8), 785-796. doi.org/10.32861/jssr.68.785.796
11Awais, M., Abbas, S., Ali, F., & Ashraf, A. (2020). Media Exposure and Fear About Crime: An Application of Mediated Fear Model. The Journal of Social Sciences Research, 6(7), 720–726. https://doi.org/10.32861/jssr.67.720.726
12Ashraf, A., Hassan, T.-u., & Ali, F. (2020). Evaluating the Effectiveness of News Management Software’s: A Study of Pakistan News Channels. The Journal of Social Sciences Research. 6(8), 727–736. https://doi.org/10.32861/jssr.68.727.736

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