Taimoor Ul Hassan

Taimoor Ul Hassan
University of Central Punjab · Faculty of Media And Mass Communication

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Professor Dr Taimoor ul Hassan works as Dean of the Faculty of Media and Mass Communication. His research areas cover strategic communication, cultural and international communication, development communication, pyschological warfare, community networking , digital media, corporate communication and new media technologies.
Additional affiliations
August 2003 - present
Beaconhouse National University
Position
  • Head of Faculty
August 2003 - present
Kinnaird College, Beaconhouse National University
Position
  • Visting, Associate Professor, Professor
Description
  • 17 years teaching and 12 years professional experience. 50 research articles; 2000 articles; 11 PhD, 150 MS/MPhil thesis supervision; 50 dev com projects; one book, two in progress, many workshops, seminars .
Education
August 2006 - June 2010
University of Karachi
Field of study
  • Mass Communication

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Electronic media, particularly television (TV), remains an important tool which can contribute positively in achieving women’s empowerment (WE) in developing countries. In Pakistan, TV morning shows are highly popular among women viewers particularly in urban areas and have emerged as a powerful tool to influence WE. Cognizant of this, the present...
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Media had been accused of fueling feuds and escalating conflicts, as its conflict coverage had remained event and violence oriented particularly during the phase of escalation (Galtung & Ruge, 1965; Baden & Tenenboim-Weinblatt, 2018). It was in the context of the problematic media role in conflict that many researchers have suggested and proposed n...
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This study explores the effect of media exposure on child’s psychology according to parental perceptions. Aggression and self-concept are selected as parameters of children psychology. The combined role of education and occupation of mothers as moderators in relationship between media exposure and children’s psychology are also analyzed. A survey w...
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Technological innovations and its implementation in different organizations has been one of the prime interest of academicians as well as practitioners. The diffusion and implementation of information systems invited researchers to check effectiveness of the systems. The current study is using the Delone and Mclean as theoretical framework in conte...
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Purpose This study aims to examine how information professionals select a social media channel for information discovery and delivery. This analysis was focused to provide usage based ranking of social media channels for information discovery and delivery. This study has also measured the preference of social media as compared with other informatio...
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This research work aims to find out social, cognitive and moral effects of facebook on adolescents in Pakistan, because about 65% of the country comprises on adolescents. The researcher applied quantitative research methods, while survey was conducted for the collection of data. Structured questionnaires were used for collection of data. Data was c...
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Background/objectives: To examine the factors which can influence the presence of world countries in news tweets of international news agencies. Methodology: The study draws upon the World Systems Theory, which categorizes the world into Core, Semi-Periphery, and Periphery with respect to economic, political, and communication relationships. We att...
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Purpose The purpose of this study is to compare the gratification sought and gratification obtained for cognitive needs from social media among information professionals in the limelight of uses and gratification theory. Cognitive needs are related to knowledge, acquiring information, comprehension etc., and gratification sought and gratification o...
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Women media-persons in Pakistan have increased in number during the past several years. While the women media-persons have shown great potential, they continue to face many challenges and impediments in their professional lives. This study was conducted to investigate the present situation of media-persons in Pakistani media on the basis of selecte...
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Role of Newspapers in Education Policy Making in Punjab. • Source: Journal of Gender & Social Issues . Spring2013, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p1-19. 19p. • Author(s): Khan, Muhammad Usman; Taimur-ul-Hassan • Abstract: This paper examines the role of newspapers in policy making. In this article, the press-policy making relationship is explored in Punjab, whic...
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Background: Changes in behavior and adoption of new ideas are very complex and multifaceted, and have resulted in several decades of research, which have produced several theories and conceptual models of dissemination of awareness and adoption of new ideas. Objective: To find out which medium is more effective in creating public health awareness r...
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Spiral of Silence Theory was primarily developed within context of traditional media in 1970s. By enjoying a long journey of appreciation and fulmination, the era of social media started to make weak its roots due to involvement of individuals in communication process and make them able to speak without fear and express their opinion with their exp...
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This article has been pended to compare the gratification sought and gratification obtained for affective needs from social media among information professionals in the limelight of uses and gratification theory. Affective type of needs related to sentiments, strengthening aesthetic, moods or emotional experience. This type of needs encompasses all...
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The media should accept a dynamic part in the country's development. Developmental coverage includes whole array of financial and social areas of a society. Its prominence is more on developmental perspectives, and it looks and reports critically the application, institution and efficiency of developmental programs.Quantitative content analysis of...
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This study analyzes the frequency, prominence and category of development coverage in Pakistan, China and India; all countries forming an important region and carrying out development. Using the framework of Development Journalism, hypotheses related to development coverage and its prominence were tested through quantitative content analysis of dev...
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The mushroomed growth of private news TV channels and speedy diffusion of social media in Pakistan has provided many options for the Pakistani youth to get information from different media sources. This study explores primary information sources of Pakistani youth, their information seeking habits, media reliance and believability on the medium. Th...
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Indigenous people are also referred as tribal. Pakistan’s census (1998) does not take into account the tribal population of the country. There is a perception of absence of liaison between indigenous populace and mainstream society. How media depicts indigenous individuals and issues is an important variable affecting the link of indigenous people...
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The main aim of the study was to analyze the sentiments about Muslim comedians in America. Soon after the attacks of September 11, 2001 in the United States, many Muslim American stand-up comedians had to suffer Islamophobia; the stereotype perceptions and hatred remarks about them because of their Muslim Identity. Therefore this study applied the...
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The main objective of this research was to explore the impact of social media credibility on the usage of news regarding five dimensions: local, national politics, international politics, disaster and relief activities, and entertainment news in the social media. Non-probability convenience sampling method has been employed by using an adapted ques...
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The primary aim of this research was to analyze the impact of Job Security, Rewards and Editorial Autonomy on Job Satisfaction levels of television (TV) journalists of Pakistan. Purposive sampling method was employed using an adapted questionnaire to make quantification of data more conceivable and data was collected from 154 TV journalists working...
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Abstract Indigenous people are also referred as tribal. Pakistan’s census (1998) does not take into account the tribal population of the country. There is a perception of absence of liaison between indigenous populace and mainstream society. How media depicts indigenous individuals and issues is an important variable affecting the link of indigen...
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The paper investigates the barriers to the integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) at secondary level learning in Pakistan, with special emphasis on Punjab province. Exploring major barriers to the integration of ICTs at the school level, teacher level and student level and possible enablers to these barriers is the major f...
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The article examines Pakistan's press' role in the development of democracy in the period of a military regime in 2002. It does so by analyzing the newspapers' coverage of civil society, which is the main factor in the nourishment of democracy in a country, by using content analysis technique. The article tries to find the direction of coverage giv...
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The article aims to examine the relationship between civil and democracy in a historical context, and find its traces in Pakistan. There are different ways in which the term 'civil society' has been interpreted and explained. The concept has both political and sociological aspects, with the former playing a key role in promoting democracy and the l...
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The article examines the performance of press in Pakistan with regard to the issues central to women status in society. In Pakistan, the movement for women rights was at its peak during the days of military regime of General Zia-ul-Haq whose politically motivated Islamization, particularly targeted women in the country. Pakistan's women activists c...
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Create an interactive environment through new electronic devices and technologies, and the presence of a variety of sources of information and experience. Not to attend the same location through distance learning, and this is one of the most important goals of e-learning. In times of corona virus isolation, the educational process should not "suffer" and we should not lack contacts with students and colleagues.