Department of Mass Communications

Dr. Sameera Batool

Dr. Sumera Batool
Dr. Sameera Batool

Assistant Professor
Department of Mass Communications
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Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication LCWU, 2016 to date

  • Lecturer, Department of Mass Communication, LCWU, 2010 to 2016

  • Lecturer, Media Studies Department, Kinnaird College for women, Lahore, 2009 to 2010

  • Lecturer, Department of Mass Communication, Govt. Fatima Jinnah College for Women, Chuna Mandi, Lahore, 2005 to 2009


Memberships

  • Member of Association of Media and Communication Academic Professionals of Pakistan (AMCAP)

Graduate Students

2017-2019

Tayyaba Shahid

Hafsa Arshad

Maryam Naveed

Abeera Khalid

Ayesha Zubair

2016-2018

Sadia Majeed

Marayam Irshad

Mishal Fatima

Fatima Nawaz

Ayesha Idrees,

2015 – 2017

Ayesha Liaqat

Amna Younas

Safa Ilyas

Service Activity

  • Teaching at post-graduate, graduate, and undergraduate level

  • Research Supervisor

  • Administrative duties

Brief statement of research interest

Media and minorities, gender and media, media and ethics, media and foreign policy, new media trends.

  • Batool, S., Batool, F., Zia, A. & Saeed, R. (2018). The Struggle for women rights: A study of emergence of feminism in Pakistan (1947 to 2010). Journal of the Punjab University Historical Society, Vol. 31, No. 1.

  • Batool, S., Yousaf, R. & Batool, F. (2017). Bulling in social media: An effect study of cyber bulling on youth. Pakistan Journal of Criminology, Vol.9, No 4, Pp.119-13.

  • Batool, S., Naeem, M. & Batool, F. (2017). Gender construction and media narratives: Representation of gender in animated movies. Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies, Vol. 15, Pp 199-212

  • Zia, A. Batool, S., Yousaf, R. & Saeed, R. (2017). US print media framing of nuclear ambiguity: Israel vs. Iran. Journal of Politics and International Studies, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Pp. 01-20

  • Zia, A. Batool, S. Yasin, Z. (2016). Women harassment at workplace: A study of Pakistani television channels. Global Media Journal, Vol. IX, No. 1.

  • Batool, S., Yasin, Z. & Khurshid, T. (2015). Comparative study of peace process between Pakistan and India in The News, Daily Dawn and The Times of India: A case study of ‘Aman Ki Asha’. Journal of Political Studies, Vol. 22, Issue - 2, Pp. 511-527.

  • Batool, S. & Ishaq, S. (2014). Impact of TV crime shows on rob criminals of district camp jail, Lahore: A critical analysis of Travis Hirschi’s social bond theory. Pakistan Journal of Criminology, Vol. 6, No. 2, Pp. 13-22.