Mr. Shahriar Khandaker
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shahriarkh@ewubd.edu

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Mr. Shahriar Khandaker

Senior Lecturer
Department of Social Relations

MA Professional Communications (Creative Services) Edith Cowan University
BA Communications (Advertising & Public Relations) Edith Cowan University
Diploma Communications (Public Relations) Taylor’s College

Lecturer, Department of Social Relations, East West University
Sales and Marketing Executive, The Marc Edward Agency, Austraia
Copywriter, CD Communications Group, Malaysia
Director of Partnership Development and Communication,South Asian Youth Research Initiative for Development (SAYRID)

 

 

 

Social Media,Public Health Communications,Youth Social Entrepreneurship, Policy Analysis and Implementation

Journal Publication

International

Analysing Masculinity from the Key Theoretical Lenses and Searching for Linkages with Violence against Women, Masculinities and Social Change , 6 (3): 257-287.

Khandaker, J. Rana, “Effectiveness of antismoking campaigns using health shock appeals among male university students in Western Australia”. Family Medicine & Primary Care Review, V-18(3), (2016), P.253-261.

A.R.Khan, S.Khandaker, “Public and Private Organisations: How Different or Similar Are They?”. Journal of Siberian Federal University, Humanities and Social Sciences, V-12 (9), (2016), P. 2873-2885.

A.R.Khan, S. Khandaker, “A Critical Insight into Policy Implementation and Implementation Performance”. Public Policy and Administration, V-15(4), (2016), P.538-548

Khandaker, S. “Using Social Media in Higher Education: A Case of Bangladesh (ISBN-976-81-88681-10-5) “. Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovating Education in Asia; 2015 Oct. 31- Nov. 2; New Delhi, India.

National
T. Sultana, S. Khandaker, “Violence against Women: Politics, Practices and Challenges in Bangladesh”. In A. F. Ahmad, S. A. Saber, & M. Kamal (Eds.) Image of Gender-Rights, Realities and Rhetorics, Dhaka: Osder Publication, pp: 123-132.

Conference & Seminars

Using Social Media in Higher Education: A Case of Bangladesh  paper  presented at The International Conference on Innovating Education in Asia. 31st October to 2nd November, 2015

Social Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development in Bangladesh paper presented at Australian Institute for Sustainable Development

 

Other

Publications will be here.

+ Academic Background

MA Professional Communications (Creative Services) Edith Cowan University
BA Communications (Advertising & Public Relations) Edith Cowan University
Diploma Communications (Public Relations) Taylor’s College

+ Professional Experience

Lecturer, Department of Social Relations, East West University
Sales and Marketing Executive, The Marc Edward Agency, Austraia
Copywriter, CD Communications Group, Malaysia
Director of Partnership Development and Communication,South Asian Youth Research Initiative for Development (SAYRID)

 

 

 

+ Research Interest

Social Media,Public Health Communications,Youth Social Entrepreneurship, Policy Analysis and Implementation

+ Selected Publications

Journal Publication

International

Analysing Masculinity from the Key Theoretical Lenses and Searching for Linkages with Violence against Women, Masculinities and Social Change , 6 (3): 257-287.

Khandaker, J. Rana, “Effectiveness of antismoking campaigns using health shock appeals among male university students in Western Australia”. Family Medicine & Primary Care Review, V-18(3), (2016), P.253-261.

A.R.Khan, S.Khandaker, “Public and Private Organisations: How Different or Similar Are They?”. Journal of Siberian Federal University, Humanities and Social Sciences, V-12 (9), (2016), P. 2873-2885.

A.R.Khan, S. Khandaker, “A Critical Insight into Policy Implementation and Implementation Performance”. Public Policy and Administration, V-15(4), (2016), P.538-548

Khandaker, S. “Using Social Media in Higher Education: A Case of Bangladesh (ISBN-976-81-88681-10-5) “. Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovating Education in Asia; 2015 Oct. 31- Nov. 2; New Delhi, India.

National
T. Sultana, S. Khandaker, “Violence against Women: Politics, Practices and Challenges in Bangladesh”. In A. F. Ahmad, S. A. Saber, & M. Kamal (Eds.) Image of Gender-Rights, Realities and Rhetorics, Dhaka: Osder Publication, pp: 123-132.

Conference & Seminars

Using Social Media in Higher Education: A Case of Bangladesh  paper  presented at The International Conference on Innovating Education in Asia. 31st October to 2nd November, 2015

Social Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development in Bangladesh paper presented at Australian Institute for Sustainable Development

 

Other

Publications will be here.