Taylor's FSLM Journals

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Framing the Sustainable Development Goals in Malaysian Online News
*Sharafa Dauda & Nik Norma Nik Hasan
Abstract: This article uses the News Framing theory to examine how Malaysian online newspapers framed the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a universal set of development targets seeking to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all. This aligns with the 11th Malaysia Plan (2016-2020) and research already shows that Malaysians exhibit an…
Shared Causal Theories about Film Violence and Violent Behaviour: Findings from Young Malaysian Indians
Ramachandran Ponnan, *Antoon De Rycker, Yang Lai Fong & Mohammad Abeer Syed
Abstract: Film is an essential part of the fabric of Indian communities, also in Malaysia. Local media and social commentary frequently argue that film violence causes violent or aggressive behaviour, especially among Malaysian Indian youths. This article examines to what extent the young Indian filmgoers themselves subscribe to this view. The research approach consists…
The Use and Effectiveness of Facebook in Small-Scale Volunteer Organisation for Refugee Children’s Education in Malaysia
*Sahar Shekaliu, Siti Ezaleila Mustafa, Hamedi M. Adnan & Jarret Guajardo
Abstract: How is a small-scale volunteer organization in Malaysia utilizing Facebook to engage the Malaysian public in volunteer work for refugee children’s education? This paper addresses this question by investigating the social media use of “Let’s Tutor a Refugee Child”. By using quantitative content analysis and social media analytics, this study analyzes the Facebook…
The Effects of Experiential Learning on Teaching Perception and Learning Approaches among Public Relations Students
*Teoh Hee Chong & Yap Teng Teng
Abstract: The public relations practice in Malaysia has received criticism for not reaching the level of sophistication and development of its overseas counterparts. In view of this, higher education institutions that offer public relations courses in Malaysia have continuously been involved in efforts to improve the occupational standing and prestige of the public relations…