Azman Azwan Azmawati, Associate Prof. Dr.
DR. AZMAN AZWAN AZMAWATI is an Associate Profesor at the School of Communication, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) Penang, Malaysia. She has been working at the university since 1998. She holds a Ph.D in Economic Journalism (GOLDSMITHS COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON & UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA, PENANG) Masters in International Relations (BOSTON UNIVERSITY, USA) and Bachelor in Mass Communication (Journalism). (ITM, SELANGOR) Previously, she worked as the Economic Journalist with The New Straits Times Group, Malaysia. She has served as the Journalism Chairperson (2003-2009) Deputy Dean (Academic and Students Development ) (2010-2012) and Deputy Dean (Research) 2013-2015) at the School of Communication. She is also the Board Member for the Centre for Research on Women and Gender (KANITA).Her area of lecturing is Investigative Journalism, Economic Journalism, News Writing, Feature Writing, Media & Gender, Media Studies, Newspaper/Magazine Production and Management, Human Communication and Thinking Skills. Her research interest is in the Sociology of News Making, Media and Gender, New & Social Media, Media Studies, Gender Studies, Single Women & Single Mothers. She is the President for the nonprofit Manila based, Asian Congress for Media and Communication since 2012. She has written and edited numerous books & book chapters on Journalism/Media and Thinking Skills, wrote and presented conference papers on Journalism, Media and Gender issues and gave talk on Communication at many governmental and public organizations. She has been invited as the Keynote, Plenary & Invited Speaker at various international conferences. Her latest book is on “Social Media in Asia: Changing Paradigms of Communication”, edited by Azman Azwan Azmawati and Rachel E. Khan (2016), Cambridge Scholars Publishing :UK and a book chapter on “Practicing Mindful Communication in a Multicultural Society: Case Study of Malaysian News Reporting” in Mindful Communication for Sustainable Development Perspectives from Asia (2018) by Sage Publications.
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