Journal of Public Relations Research Middle East
Scientific Refereed & Open Access Journal
Arab IF 2020 =2.01, Arcif IF 2021 = 0.9655, IF of the Supreme Council of Universities = 7
ISSN Online: (2314-873X) ISSN Print: (2314-8721)

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This scientific enrichment which we founded for all academics, researchers and those who are interested in the science of Public Relations and communication sciences and media in our Middle East and various countries around the world .. Where we have the future vision and the strong will to contribute to leave a strong scientific print on the map of the regional and the global scientific research..

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Current Issue : Vol.9,Thirty-Sixth Issue( October - December 2021)
Communication Strategies for Islamic Diplomatic Discourse: A study in the Correspondences of Omar Ibn Al-Khattab , Vol.9 , Thirty-Sixth Issue , Pages:7-8
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Authors:
Associate Prof.Dr. Mona Mahmoud Abd Elgalil-Associate Professor of Public Relations and Advertising,Press and Information Dep.,College of Islamic and Arabic Studies,Al Azhar university

P. R. Practitioners' Adopting of Social Media: A Survey on Jordanian Practitioners , Vol.9 , Thirty-Sixth Issue , Pages:9
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Authors:
Associate Prof. Dr. Fouad Ali Hussein Sa'adan-Associate Professor of Public Relations & Advertising,Public Relations & Advertising Department,Faculty of Mass Communication,Sana’a University

The Elite’s Attitudes towards Infographics Treatment of Social Issues in Arab Websites : An applied Study , Vol.9 , Thirty-Sixth Issue , Pages:10
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Authors:
Associate Prof. Dr. Nadia Mohamed Abdelhafz-Associate Professor of Press,Educational Media Department,Faculty of Specific Education,Zigzag university

The Public’s Attitudes towards the Marketing Activities of Car Companies Operating in Egypt , Vol.9 , Thirty-Sixth Issue , Pages:11
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Authors:
Associate Prof. Dr. Mohamed Hosni Hussein Mahrous *-Associate Prof. of Public Relations,Public Relations & Advertising Department,Faculty of Mass Communication,Al-Azhar University

The role of Bank Communicator in Using and Supporting the Use of Quick Response Code in Financial Transaction for the Small Traders , Vol.9 , Thirty-Sixth Issue , Pages:12
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Authors:
Dr. Walaa Yehia Mostafa-Assistant Professor of Public Relations & Advertising,Public Relations & Advertising Department,Faculty of Mass Communication,Modern University for Technology and Information (MTI)

Communication Strategies for Social Responsibility Initiatives of Public Sector Companies in Bahrain: An Analytical Study for Instagram during the Corona Pandemic Crisis , Vol.9 , Thirty-Sixth Issue , Pages:13 - 14
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Authors:
Dr. Mohammed Mostafa Rfaat Moharam -Assistant Professor of Public Relations & Advertising,Public Relations & Advertising Department,Faculty of Mass Communication,Cairo University

Teenagers' Use of Hashtags on Twitter and its Relationship to their Thinking Styles , Vol.9 , Thirty-Sixth Issue , Pages:15
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Authors:
Dr. Sara Talaat Abbas Mohammed-Assistant Professor of Media & Children Culture,Department of Media and Children's Culture,Faculty of Graduate Studies for Childhood,Ain Shams University

The Public's Reaction with Health Information on Social Media during the COVID-19 Pandemic Period: An Analytical Study of the Ministry of Health and Population Facebook Page , Vol.9 , Thirty-Sixth Issue , Pages:16
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Authors:
Dr. Osama AbdElhameed Mohamed -Assistant Professor of Public Relations & Advertising,Mass Communication Department,Faculty of Arts,Kafer El Sheikh University


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