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6th Annual Student Research Symposium

07/11/2017

Middlesex University Dubai held its 6th Annual Student Research Symposium on 5 November 2017. Dame Janet Ritterman, Chancellor of Middlesex University and Professor Tim Blackman, Vice Chancellor of Middlesex University were on campus to discuss the fantastic research undertaken by both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Undergraduate Winners

Alina Vakil, Leanne Menezes, Rea Dsouza, and Rumana Vakil (supervised by Vijaya and Subhadra) 

‘Small and Medium Enterprises in the United Arab Emirates: Challenges and potential solutions’

 Aliah Fareed Lutfi Ali Harmouzi (supervised by Lotty)

‘Parent Attitudes Towards, and Reliance on, Handheld Devices’

Postgraduate Winner

Janine Lau-Pope (supervised by Lien)

UAE National Retention: Will the introduction of the new legislation for flexible working hours for female and male UAE Nationals improve retention in the public sector?

Congratulations must be given to all participating students and their supervisors.  The standard of the work was outstanding and it was illustrative of the continued growth of the student research culture at Middlesex University Dubai.

Postgraduate Student

Programme

Supervisor

Title

Katja Mireille Kuhlins

Marketing Communications

Mohammad Meraj

An investigation into the motives for using Facebook in the UAE

Lina Maria Suarez Velez

Marketing Communications

Cody Paris

Adapting a small business and its product line to the Japanese market: Best practices related to cultural relevancy

Mohamed Metwally Ahmed Abou Elnasr

Human Resource Management

Lien Els

Building a Sustainable trust culture to enhance the delivery of construction projects in RDK Group in Dubai

Quratulain Mehdi

Marketing Communications

Cody Paris

Effect of Radio Advertisements with Humour and Music on the Destination Marketing of

Ras Al Khaimah in Relation to Consumer Response, Changes in Attitudes and Behavioural Intentions

Mohamed Ebrahim, Judhi Prasetyo, Charles Abraham, Imran Lawan , Sidra Yasir, Stephy John

IT

Santhosh Menon

Proposal for electric vehicle charging in the U.A.E

Tariq Javed

Human Resource Management

Lien Els

Replacing Performance Ratings with Employee Feedback

Janine Lau-Pope

Human Resource Management

Lien Els

UAE National Retention: Will the introduction of the new legislation for flexible working hours for female and male UAE Nationals

improve retention in the public sector?

Pierluca Milillo

IT

Eliseo Ferrante

A descriptive taxonomy of Secure OSes

Rasha Saleh

International Relations

Belisa Marochi

Towards Effective Global Governance of temporary labour migration in the Asia GCC corridor

Undergraduate Student

Programme

Supervisor

Title

Isabella Gianina Feldbauer

Tourism

Cody Paris

Investigating Generation Y emotions and risk perception towards terror attacks and its effects on tourist behaviour: a qualitative case

Juvairiyya Zaveri

Psychology

Anita Kashi

A qualitative study on the perception of obesity among UAE residents

Yekaterina Tsymbalova

Psychology

Lynda Hyland

A bunch of suits and only a few high heels: Exploring quality of work life in the logistics sector in the United Arab Emirates

Asgad Hussain

Psychology

Jenny Meggs

You will never define me and who I am to be, I define myself: Exploring perceived barriers to physical activity engagement

among Female Muslim athletes in the UAE

Nina Clarize Palec

LLB

Tenia Kyriazi

Employment Law in Dubai - A Comparative Analysis of UAE and DIFC Laws regarding End-of-Service Gratuity, Discrimination, and

Maternity Protection

Twinkle Darlene Correa

Psychology

Seada Kassie

Female role stereotyping: The influence of gender and cultural orientation

Aliah Fareed Lutfi Ali Harmouzi,

Early Childhood Studies

Lottie Horlings-Plender

Parent Attitudes Towards and Reliance on Handheld Devices

Nicole Simone Lobo

Psychology

Bianca Bertl

The changes in body image at the transition from adolescence to young adulthood: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of young

adults about their perspective of their body esteem in the UAE.

Midhat Fatema

Psychology

Seada Kassie

Examining the influence of gender and culture on perceptions towards media violence

Casie Bartolome

Tourism

Neelofer Mashood

Examining the key HRM tools that can be adopted to increase the level of service quality exhibited by nurses in UK based hospitals

Batool Fatima, Ayza Muzaffar, Nazanin Ahangari, Mommina Asif

Psychology

Bianca Bertl

Gratitude in Stress, Coping Styles and Forgiveness

Nadia Shimreen

Psychology

Bianca Bertl

Media and Body Image Satisfaction/Dissatisfaction: An Explorative Study Amongst Young Adults

Noorain Fathima

Psychology

Lynda Hyland

Reflections of Adolescence: A Thematic Analysis of Adolescent Factors Influencing Individuals

Alina Vakil, Leanne Menezes, Rea Dsouza, Rumana Vakil

Business Management/ Accounting and Finance

Vijaya Kumar and

Subhadra Satapathy

Small and Medium Enterprises in the United Arab Emirates: Challenges and potential solutions

Silva Toumas

Psychology

Lynda Hyland

Social media affinity, Body image dissatisfaction and Trait anxiety as predictors of Self-esteem among university undergraduates in the U.A.E


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