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I am examining the Representation of Women in Pakistani Cinema from a Semiotics Perspective in the backdrop of dominant sociocultural, religio-political, and postcolonial ideologies
Year Citation 2019 Hussain, N., & Umer, U. (2019). Disseminating liberal values for women’s empowerment in Pakistan: A case study of english language reporting of the honor killing of social media star Qandeel Baloch. Generos, 8(1), 77-105.
2018 Hussain, N. (2018). A Community of Common Destiny or Geopolitics? Representations of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Transnational Press,” in Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism, 8(6).
Year Citation 2021 Hussain, N. (2021). Illicit Dance Performances in Transgressive Territories: Mujra in the Pakistani B-circuit Cinema. In none. Zoom. 2019 Hussain, N. (2019). Colonial Encounters in Post-Colonial Cinema: The Changing Binaries of Western/Bad and Eastern/Good Women in Pakistani Films. In Colonial Encounters in Post-Colonial Cinema: The Changing Binaries of Western/Bad and Eastern/Good Women in Pakistani Films. Canberra. 2018 Hussain, N., Umer, U., & Rehna, R. (2018). Same Issue, Different Presentations: A Framing Analysis of Media Coverage of Terrorism in Pakistan. In International Conference on the Role of Media in the Prevention of Extremism and Terrorism. International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan. 2018 Hussain, N. (2018). Women through the Lens: Changing Roles of Western [bad] and Eastern [good] Women in Pakistani Cinema. In none. university of Adelaide. 2018 Hussain, N. (2018). Changing Roles of Western/Bad and Eastern/Good Women in Pakistani Cinema: A Case Study of Punjab Nahi Jaungi and Jugni. In none. Melbourne. 2017 Hussain, N. (2017). Same Issue - Different Presentations: A Framing Analysis of Media Coverage of Terrorism in Pakistan. In none. Islamabad. 2016 Akhter, H., & Hussain, N. (2016). Use of ICT for Effective Learning at Higher Education in Pakistan: An ODL Perspective. In none. Islamabad. 2016 Akhter, H., & Hussain, N. (2016). Use of ICT for Effective Learning at Higher Education in Pakistan: An ODL Perspective. In none. Islamabad.
The University of Adelaide Ph.D. Scholarship
- Research Assistant, Centre for Islamic Thought and Education, Education Futures, the University of South Australia
- Research Assistant, Media Department, The University of Adelaide
- Media Studies Lecturer, International Islamic University
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2017 - 2021 Principal Supervisor Representations of Women in Pakistani Cinema: Role, Image, and Characterisation Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Nazia Hussain
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