Fatima Albrehi

Fatima

Biography

Fatima Albrehi is a Ph.D. candidate, graduate teaching assistant, and graduate research assistant at Wayne State University. Fatima earned her M.A. in Communication from Western Michigan University. Fatima Albrehi is a Ph.D. candidate, graduate teaching assistant, and graduate research assistant at Wayne State University. Fatima earned her M.A. in Communication from Western Michigan University.

Recent Publications

Albrehi, F. (in press). Hip hop music and communicative messages: Non-white resistance of marginalization experienced in America. Kaleidoscope.

Edwards, C., Edwards, A., Albrehi, F., & Spence, P. (2020). Interpersonal impressions of a social robot versus human in the context of performance evaluations. Communication Education, 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1080/03634523.2020.1802495

Invited Publications
Metzger-Riftkin, J., Albrehi, F., Akhter, N., Harb, F., Steiner, L., & Eckert, S. (2020). Academic sexual misconduct on U.S. campuses - Arising questions and concerns about the practice of mandatory reporting.

Invited Book Chapters
Orbe, M. P., & Albrehi, F. (2022). Co-cultural theory. In Austin, J. T., Orbe, M. P., Sims, J. D. (Eds.), Communication theory: Racially diverse and inclusive perspectives.

Book Chapters
Albrehi, F., Pelliccio, L. (2021) Ostracism and school violence: A communication-based approach at under- standing ostracism as a precursor to school shootings. In VanSlyke-Briggs, K., & Bloom, E. (Eds.), A relentless threat: Scholars respond to teens on weaponized school violence.

Links

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