Areas of Interest
Mass communication, public relations, social change campaigns, health promotion, youth empowerment, digital media, gender issues, and strategic communication.
Habib is currently serving as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Media Studies and Journalism at University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh.
Habib obtained his PhD from Griffith University, Queensland, Australia, on a topic of public relations (PR) and human services. The research was undertaken to explore the use of PR in organizing campaign on a social development issue of Bangladesh. Prior to starting this PhD career, he served as a PR professional at a private university in Bangladesh. His key responsibilities included managing the image of organization, networking with stakeholders and maintaining overall internal and external communications.
Along with that practical exposure in PR, he has developed the second dimension of his career by focusing on doctoral level research in PR to contribute knowledge to this field as well as to improve the practices of PR professionals both at local and global contexts.
Ali, H. M., Boddy, J., O’Leary, P., & Ewart, J. (2016). Exploring the use of public relations in organising activism: Implications for addressing gender-based violence in the developing world, Asia Pacific Journal of Public Relations (Published from University of Newcastle, Australia), Vol 17 No. 2.
Ali, H. M., & Roy, S.S. (2012). Examining Perceptions about Public Relations: A Study among Communication Scholars and Public Relations Practitioners in Bangladesh, Asia Pacific Journal of Public Relations (Published from University of Newcastle, Australia), Vol 13 No. 1.
Ali, H. M. (2011). The Debate on the Definition of Victim of Trafficking: A discussion from Victimological Point of View, Journal of Human Science, Victimology and Community Development (Published from Tokiwa University, Japan), Vol 5, pp 1-15.
Ali, H. M. (2010). Data Collection on Victims of Human Trafficking: An Analysis of Various Sources, Journal of Human Security (Edited from Human Security Institute, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada, and published from RMIT University Press, Australia), Vol 6 No.1, pp 55-69.