Mr. Farahat Ali

Mr. Farahat Ali

Mr. Farahat Ali

Senior Lecturer
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Mr. Farahat Ali is a Senior lecturer with over 7 years of experience in the field of communication studies. He is currently pursuing his PhD from the School of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab, where he previously completed his MPhil in research track. In addition to his impressive qualifications mentioned earlier, Mr. Ali has also spent six years at Cambridge University, conducting extensive research on topics such as work-family conflict, couple communication, and marital satisfaction.

As an accomplished researcher, Mr. Ali has presented more than 20 research papers at various national and international conferences, highlighting his expertise in the field of interpersonal communication and health communication. His passion for exploring the complexities of communication in various contexts and environments drives his research endeavors.

Mr. Ali’s ultimate goal is to make meaningful contributions to the field of communication studies through his research and teaching. With his vast knowledge and experience, he aims to guide and mentor students to become future leaders and experts in the field.

Visiting Scholar Work-Family Conflict, Couple Communication, Marital Satisfaction University of Cambridge, UK March 2022-August 22
PhD Mass Communication Work-Family Conflict, Couple Communication, Marital Satisfaction School of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab 2018-Continue
LecturerUniversity of Central Punjab2019-Continue
Lecturer Cum Research AssociateUniversity of Management and Technology2017-2019
Research AssistantUniversity of the Punjab2016-2017
1Shaheen, H., Ali, F., Awais, M., Saeed, M. (2021). Health-Related Information Seeking During COVID-19: Testing the Comprehensive Model of Information Seeking on University Students of Pakistan. International Journal of Media and Information Literacy, 6(1), 201-210. DOI: 10.13187/ijmil.2021.1.201
2Awais, M., & Ali, F. (2021). Social Media Exposure and Preventive Behaviors against COVID-19 in Pakistan. Journal of Media Studies, 36(1), 23-52.
3Maqbool, K., Ali, F., Awais, M., Naeem, M. (2021). Social Media Use and Self- Sexualization Behaviour Among University Girls: A Serial Mediation Approach. Media Education (Mediaobrazovanie), 17(2), 338-349. DOI: 10.13187/me.2021.2.338
4Saeed, M., Ali, F. (2021). Consumption of Sexually Explicit Content through Web Series and Emerging Adults' Sexual Objectification: An Empirical Study. Media Education (Mediaobrazovanie), 17(2), 378-390. DOI: 10.13187/me.2021.2.378
5Saeed, M., Ali, F., Nawaz, N. (2021). When Fear Leads Towards Preventive Measures: A Study of Newspapers’ Coverage and Public Perception on COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Peace, Development and Communication, 5(1), 393-401. I01-33
6Ali, F., Awais, M., Faran, M. (2021). Social Media Use and Political Polarization: The Mediating Role of Political Engagement and Political Loyalty. International Journal of Media and Information Literacy, 6(1), 34-45. DOI: 10.13187/ijmil.2021.1.34
7Ahmad, I., Fatima, M., Ali, F. (2021). News Media Use and Civic Engagement: The Mediating Role of Social Capital and Civic Accountability. Media Education (Mediaobrazovanie), 17(2), 177-188. DOI: 10.13187/me.2021.2.177
8Awais, 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.
9Zaidi, 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
10Ali, 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.
11Awais, 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.
12Ali, F., & Rahman, B. H. (2019). Political Bias in Talk Shows: A Case of MQM in Local Bodies Election 2015. Journal of Media Studies, 33(1), 1-23
13Ahmad, H. M., Rizvi, W. R., & Ali, F. (2021). Fearing the effect of Hollywood, Bollywood, and Lollywood films on crime in Punjab. Journal of Media & Communication, 1(2), 1-24.
14Awais, M., Ali, F., & Kanwal, A. (2022). Exposure to Multiple Communication Channels and Preventive Behaviors during COVID-19 in Pakistan: An Application of Extended Parallel Process Model. Journal of Media Studies, 37(1).
15Ali, F., & Saleem, N. (2022). Relationship Between Conflict Resolution Styles and Marital Satisfaction among Married Academicians. Gomal University Journal of Research, 38(3), 300-318.
16Awais, M., Ali, F. (2022). When Technology Becomes a Policing Agent: Effects of Raids on Restaurants in Leading Crime Shows on the Youth of Pakistan. International Journal of Media and Information Literacy, 7(1), 18-27.
17Asad, K., Ali, F., Awais, M. (2022). Personality Traits, Narcissism and TikTok Addiction: A Parallel Mediation Approach. International Journal of Media and Information Literacy, 7(2), 293-304.

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