Noor Mayudia Mohd Mothar (Dr.)
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Senior Lecturer
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Academic Position Senior Lecturer

Qualification and Granting Institution

  • MA in Hypermedia Studies, Westminster University, UK
  • Bach. In Mass Communication (Hons)(Broadcasting), UiTM Malaysia

Current Academic ResponsibilitiesCurrently pursuing PHD in Mass Communication at UPM7Research Interest, Projects and publications

  • An Analysis of The Star and The New Straits Times Global Islamic News. Research published in Social and Management Research Journal Vol. 7 No. 1, 2010
  • Explicating Realities On Technology Adaptability And Its Consequences on Smartphone Usages Among  Youth in the Urban Area. Paper presented at PACA 10, Shenzhen University China.
  • Newspaper coverage on Methadone Drug Substitution Therapy (MDST) in  Berita Harian and Harian Metro. Research presented at ICOME 10, Universiti Utara Malaysia.
  • Influences and Media Effects: Is Mass Media Mass Corrupting Us? Paper presented at ICOME 10, universiti Utara Malaysia.
  • Smart Mobile Phones Usage of UiTM Melaka Students. Research presented at PACA 09, Universiti Putra Malaysia
  • The Framing Of Islamic-Related World News By International News Agencies In Malaysia In An English Mainstream Newspaper, The Star. Research presented at MIST 09, USIM
  • The Framing of Islamic-related World News by International News Agencies in the English Mainstreams Newspaper in Malaysia. Research presented at MENTION 09, Universiti Utara Malaysia
  • The World Through The Eyes Of The International News Agencies: An Analysis Of Photographs Published In The World Section Of The Star And The New Straits Times. Research presented at ICCSR 09, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

Publications

  • Research published in Social Management Journal:
    An Analysis of the Star and The New Straits Times Global Islamic News. Social and Management Research Journal, 7(1), 35-54. 2010. ISSN 1675-7017
    Writer/Researcher: Siti Hajar Abd Aziz, Noor Mayudia Mohd Mothar, & Shahril Anuar Abdul Ghalim
  • Chapter in a book Portrayal of Islam In the Media. Negeri Sembilan: Faculty of Leadership and Management. 2010. 257-279. ISBN 978-967-5852-00-8. Chapter 17: The Framing of Islamic-Related World News by International News Agencies in Malaysia in an English Mainstream Newspaper, The Star. Writer/Researcher: Siti Hajar Abd Aziz, Noor Mayudia Mohd Mothar, & Shahril Anuar Abdul Ghalim

Paper Presented:

  • Presented paper at National Seminar 2009, Media and Islamic Thinking – “The Framing Of Islamic-Related World News By International News Agencies In Malaysia In An English Mainstream Newspaper, The Star.”
  • Presented paper at International Conference on Media and Communication (MENTION 09) – “The Framing Of Islam by The International News Agencies in The World Section of The Star and The New Straits Times”.
  • Presented paper at International Seminar Communication and Culture in South East Asian Region – “The Islamic World Through The Eyes Of The International News Agencies: An Analysis Of Photographs Published In The World Section Of The Star And The New Straits Times”.
  • Presented paper at 7th Biennal PACA 2009 Conference –“SMART MOBILE PHONES USAGE OF UiTM MELAKA STUDENTS”
  • Paper presented at iCOME 10:
    i.    Influences and Media Effects: Is Mass Media Mass Corrupting the Us?
    ii. Newspaper coverage on Methadone Drug Substitution Therapy (MDST) in  Berita Harian and Harian Metro
  • Paper presented at PACA 10:
    Explicating Realities on Technology Adaptability and its Consequences on Smartphone Usage Among Malaysian Urban Youth
  • Paper presented at ACMC 10:
    Drug or Medicine?: Reporting the Methadone Drug Substitution Therephy (MDST) in the Malaysian Local Newspapers.
  • Paper presented at icDAIM 10:
    How Could The Media Counter Islamophobia?

Area of Interest

  • New Media Technologies, media stereotypes, media and Islam