Naheda Makhadmeh

Naheda Makhadmeh
Yarmouk University | YU · Department of Journalism

Ph.D. Media and Information Studies - Journalism


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Citations since 2016
3 Research Items
48 Citations
Naheda Makhadmeh is an Assistant Professor of journalism at Yarmouk University in Jordan. She completed her Ph.D. in Media & Information Studies (MIS) from Michigan State University's School of Journalism. Her primary research interests include the electronic media, blogging, interactivity, social media use, online privacy, media effects, crises coverage, and mentoring. Her research has been published in journals such as Communication Education Journal, and Journal of Media and Religion.
Additional affiliations
February 2015 - present
Yarmouk University
  • Professor (Assistant)
August 2011 - December 2014
Michigan State University
Field of study
  • Journalism


Publications (6)
هدفت هذه الدراسة إلى الكشف عن طريقة تَناوُلِ الصِّحافة الأردنية اليومية جماعةَ الإخوان المسلمين الأردنيةَ؛ من خلال تحليل مضمون ما تنشره عنها في تغطياتها اليومية. وتأتي هذه الدراسة بعد فترة وجيزة من قيام دول حليفة للأردن، ومنها الإماراتُ والسعودية ومصر، باتخاذ إجراءات قانونية بحظر تنظيم جماعة الإخوان المسلمين، وتصنيفها قانونيًّا بأنها «جماعة إرهابية...
Full-text available News blogs provide the media and individuals with analyses and information about crises. The importance of news blogs in coverage of crises brings attention to the importance of examining journalist and citizen bloggers, and their coverage of three crises: natural disaster, terrorist a...
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A mentor can be of great importance to doctoral student success and progress. While many have studied student perceptions of the process, research regarding how doctoral faculty mentors interpret and enact mentoring practices is less evident. To address this empirical gap, a doctoral student mentor functions measure was created. The measure is base...
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Using social identity theory to assess in-group, out-group representations, this study examines the portrayal of sharia in American network television media. A 10-year content analysis showed that ABC, CBS, and NBC continually paired sharia with mentions of the United States, reinforcing its representation as the in-group. These mentions frequently...
At this time of the Internet age, online privacy becomes one of the major issues that individuals, businesses, and governments are extremely worried about. The purpose of this study is to examine how Internet users’ concerns regarding privacy when sharing personal information are reduced and the amount of self-disclosure is decreased online. By usi...


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