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Nurul Miza Binti Mohd Rashid

Academic Qualification

  • Degree of Master of Science in Psychological Research - Masters Degree, University of Edinburgh
  • Bachelor of Human Sciences (Psychology) (Honours) - Bachelor Degree, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • - MALAYSIAN UNIVERSITY ENGLISH TEST (MUET),

Nurul Miza Binti Mohd Rashid

Lecturer
IIUM Gombak Campus

KULLIYYAH OF ISLAMIC REVEALED KNOWLEDGE AND HUMAN SCIENCES


mizarashid@iium.edu.my
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Expert Profile


I joined the Department of Psychology at International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM) in June, 2019. My current work focuses on the influence of media and situational background of Malaysian individuals towards developing radical extremist mindset and support towards violence attitude.


Area of Specialisation


  • Social Science ~ Social Science ~ Psychology ~ Forensic Psychology - Research in Violent Extremism


Teaching Responsibilities


EXPERIMENTAL AND NON-EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS 2020/2021 2019/2020
FINAL YEAR PROJECT 2021/2022 2020/2021 2019/2020
FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY 2022/2023
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING 2018/2019
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 2021/2022 2020/2021
MEDIA PSYCHOLOGY 2022/2023 2021/2022 2020/2021 2019/2020
PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY 2018/2019
PSYCHOLOGY FROM ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE 2019/2020
PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN RELATIONS 2017/2018
PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING 2017/2018
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 2022/2023


Research Projects


Completed
No data
On-Going
2022 - Present REBUILD Project: Radicalization Prevention through Resilience Building and Family Empowerment
2019 - Present Examining the news framing effect of ideological narratives on radicalisation.


Publications


Article

2022 A qualitative study on violent extremists and news media: how Malaysian online news framed violent extremist groups involved in the Syrian civil war. e-Bangi, 19 (4) pp. 15-30
2021 Final year undergraduate psychology students’ development of self-concept, personal perceptions of degree, career preference, readiness and perceived job prospects. IIUM Journal of Human Sciences, 3 (1) pp. 14-33
2021 Scapegoating during COVID-19: Malaysians fear of COVID-19 and attributing the blame towards immigrants. International Journal of Social Policy and Society, 18 (Special Edition on COVID-19) pp. 1-21
2020 Risk factors of radicalisation towards violent extremism: challenges and progress. IIUM Journal of Human Sciences, 2 (2) pp. 35-46
Conference or Workshop Item

2021 Scapegoating during Covid-19: Malaysians fear of Covid-19 and displacement of blame towards immigrants. In: 17th International Postgraduate Research Colloquium.,
2020 Research on the Risk Factors of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism: Progress and Challenges.. In: Scholarship Advancement Project Seminar 2020,
2018 Identification of risk factors of volent extremism among Malaysian violent extremism detainees. In: 15th International Postgraduate Research Colloquium (IPRC2018),
2017 A comparative case study of refugees from Myanmar and Pakistan and their media use in Malaysia: a uses and gratifications perspective. In: International Conference on Forced Migration and Refugee Studies: Issues and Shifting Paradigms (ICMR 2017),