She provides training on different aspects of journalism and new media, as well as on public speaking; presentation skills; and development communication. Abdulla's current research interests include media in transition; media uses and effects; new media; social media and political participation; public service television; development communication and education through entertainment; and freedom of expression.
Her doctoral dissertation was the first large scale academic study of the uses and gratifications of the Internet among Arab students in Egypt.
She has spoken or guest lectured at Stanford University; the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California; Columbia University; Marquette University; California State University at Long Beach; Florida International University; San Francisco State University; University of California, Santa Barbara; and Aarhus University in Denmark. Abdulla is an occasional op-ed writer, and appears frequently on national and international media interviews.
The meeting and comparison between two great Mediterranean civilizations is at the centre of the fascinating Etruscan Egyptians exhibition; from Eugene Berman to the Golden Scarab that marks the debut, next December 21st, of the new space for temporary exhibitions at the Centrale Montemartini.
Users may click "Next" at any time to exit the session and proceed to the next pairing.
But even a glimpse may be overwhelming for some users.
"I recommend people stay away from the site." A throwback to Internet's early days In many ways, Chatroulette is reminiscent of the early days of the Internet, and that is part of its appeal, said Amanda Lenhart, director of the Pew Internet & American Life Project's research on teens, children and families.
They all talk about trade but above all about the cultural dialogue between civilizations that shared ideals of royalty, symbols of power and religious practices.
A comparison that also aims to represent an opportunity for reflection on the value of dialogue between cultures, a relationship that has always been a source of progress for the peoples.
in Communication (December 2003) from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida.
She lectures and conducts research on a variety of topics, including media diversity; public service television; new media uses and effects; and freedom of expression, particularly as it relates to Internet-related communication.