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Mr Rami Baazeem

Research project: The religion effect on the use and the privacy on the social media.

Abstract

Trying to see if religion has a role in the use of the social media and on the privacy. 

  • Research degree: PhD
  • Title of project: The religion effect on the use and the privacy on the social media.
  • Other research supervisor: Professor Chris Hand

Biography

·         Reviewer for IGI global.

·         Lecturer in MIS department College of Business, King Abdul Aziz University and Jeddah University since 2011 until now.

·         Customer Service agent, Saudi American Bank.

·         Customer Service agent, Saudi Arabian Airline 2003-2008.

·         Head of (Connecting Future) program by the British Council and Jeddah teacher college in 2003/2004. This program aimed to connect the youth from UK and KSA especially after 9/11. The program sent students from Jeddah teachers college to Belfast and Adenbrah, and vice versa, to see the universities and to connect with the UK students and clear the misconception about Islam and Saudi Arabia. I was the head and the main speaker of both trips, and I was responsible for the UK students when they came to Saudi Arabia.

Areas of research interest

  • Privacy
  • Use of technology
  • Religion
  • Cybersecurity
  • Information system
  • Modeling
  • PLS-SEM

Qualifications

  • Master Of IT/Business
  • Master of research

Publications

Baazeem, R.M., 2019. The Role of Religiosity in Technology Acceptance: The Case of Privacy in Saudi Arabia. In Censorship, Surveillance, and Privacy: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (pp. 1787-1808). IGI Global.

Conference papers

Baazeem, R., Benson, V. and Hand, C., 2018. Impact of Religiosity on preserved privacy on social media: Proposed Model of Self-disclosure.

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