You can track updates on my thesis on the research gate forum. An overview of my academic progress is as follows:
Siddiqui, A. A. (2018). Doing journalism where public life is synonymous with violence. Media Asia, 45(1-2), 25-27. Supported by advisor’s grant from University Grants Committee Hong Kong.
– ‘Democratic potential of communication networks: comparison of three Asian political parties’- presented at the International Workshop ‘Global South Perspectives’ organised at Hong Kong Baptist University. April 2018, Hong Kong. Here’s the background to this on-going study.
-‘Changing media reflexivity of political protests in Pakistan: comparison of sit-ins in 1992 and 2014’ – presented at the International Communication Association (ICA) conference. May 2018, Prague, Czech Republic.
-‘Protests as sites of elite curations: the case of Pakistan general elections 2013 and Hong Kong Umbrella Movement 2014’ – poster presentation at the ICA conference. June 2016, Fukuoka, Japan. Learn more about the presentation here.
-‘Social media electioneering in technologically challenged constituencies: how marginalised communities become part of a network society’ – presented as on-going research at European Communication Research & Education Association (ECREA) Communication and Democracy section 2015 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Major teaching assignment
Independently taught a graduate level course on impact of communication technology on media organisations at the School of Communication, Hong Kong Baptist University for Spring semester 2018-19. Learn more about the course here.
-International Communication Association conferences: https://www.icahdq.org.
-Media Asia: http://journal.mediaasia.info.
-Jury Member Agahi Awards 2017: http://agahiawards.com/newagahi/profile-jury/?judge=Ayaz%20Siddiqui.