Fedaa Mohamed Abdel Aziz

Fedaa Mohamed Abdel Aziz
Ahram Canadian University · Journalism

PhD of Journalism

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8
Publications
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Citations
Citations since 2017
8 Research Items
2 Citations
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Additional affiliations
December 2018 - present
Ahram Canadian University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
February 2016 - present
Ahram Canadian University
Position
  • Lecturer
October 2012 - February 2016
Ahram Canadian University
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
September 2008 - July 2012
Ahram Canadian University
Field of study
  • Journalism

Publications

Publications (8)
Article
At times of crises, conflicts, and wars, people, in general, consumes more news more often, even if it is in the digital format preferring online access over the traditional printed versions. This study explores the reader's attention towards the Russia-Ukraine war stories trying to figure out whether the Egyptians depend on the local or internatio...
Article
This study examines the journalist’s discursive practices of nostalgia to understand how the newspapers can connect the present with the past lending the past shadows on the present events. While the study adopts the intertextuality theory, it applies the textual analysis method to analyze the newspaper coverage of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan...
Article
Xenophobic stereotyping in the media is a common and increasing phenomenon. This contrastive study examines xenophobia presence in the newspapers articles that are published by the American New York Times newspaper, the British Independent newspaper, and the China Daily newspaper on COVID 19. The study essentially combined critical discourse analys...
Article
This study seeks to understand how health reporting provided by the newspapers in China and America during Covid-19 portrayed either the newspaper responsibility assignment or the blame attribution for the happenings. This study investigates the use of metaphors of the Covid-19 Virus in the health reporting news and how these metaphors helped to co...
Article
It is known that Facebook and Instagram users can set their privacy settings to determine their levels of disclosure. That means that the users are the ones who decide the penetration level for themselves on those social networking sites (SNS). This study seeks to test whether those SNS can penetrate their users unconsciously and with their agreeme...
Article
It is known that voting choice may be affected, or mainly determined, by the identity of politicians. Newspapers coverage may represent the participation of the newspaper itself in the contest between candidates to win the presidency. Sometimes, newspaper construct identity positions for someone and that is a key area of investigation within this s...
Conference Paper
The Foreign newspapers play an important and effective role in shaping the international opinion towards lots of issues and events, especially in the transitional stages and the conflict world zones. The international arena witnessed lots of controversies about the role of the foreign press in covering crisis events in the Arab World in the wake o...
Article
Plenty of excitement was around Mohamed "Mo" Salah who led the Egyptian team "Pharaohs" to enter the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Mo who plays soccer for Egypt, as well as for Liverpool, England, is the Premier League's top player this season and is the team's best player and one of the most talked about stars entering the tournament. He faced a...

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