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Dilshad Hossain Dodul has a nine years’ experience of teaching in the field of Media studies and Communication. Her research works are majorly related to Digital Communication and communication for development. She takes courses related to Communication for Development in ULAB. She did her Bachelor and first Masters from Mass Communication and Journalism Department of University of Dhaka and have finished her second masters in Digital Communication and Leadership under Erasmus Plus Scholarship with two European Universities including University of Salzburg, Austria and Vrije University of Brussels. Two of her research studies discuss social media influences on entrepreneurship and local election campaign in Bangladesh while another two research study discuss how different communication tools are being used to tackle the Rohingya refugee crisis of Bangladesh. She had worked for Daily New Age, ABC Radio and Somoy Television as a journalist.
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Center for Critical and Qualitative Studies (CQS),ULAB.
Radio for Rpohingya Refugees: Assesing the Importance and Effectiveness as Communication Tools. International Journal for Advanced Research, July, 2020. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/11271
Causing Security Threat to Host State by Refugees: Context of Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh. (Global Journal of Human Social Sciences, GJHSS-A Volume 20 Issue 18 Version1.0.,2020). https://socialscienceresearch.org/index.php/GJHSS/article/view/3451/3340
Cyber campaigning via Facebook in Dhaka City Corporation Election 2015 on ICT for Development: Working Paper Series, volume-1, Number -1, July 2015.
Clothing Business via Facebook: Position in Women in e-business on ICT for Development: Working Paper Series, volume-4, Number -1, June 2014.
The Times and The Sunday Times under the Thomsons: A Golden Era of Honest and Interference-Free Newspapering, Published on Stamford Journal of Media, Communication and Culture, Issue-3, July 2014.
Representation of Women leaders and marginal people in the film Named ‘Nacholer Rani’ (The Queen of Nachol). Published on Media Journal, Volume-1, Number-1, February 2016