Siti Mazidah Hj Mohamad
2006 BA Geography (Minor Anthroplogy) (UBD)
2007 MSc GIS (Leeds)
2014 PhD Human Geography (Durham University)
- New social media
- Online Cosmopolitanism
- Online Methodologies (Ethnography)
- Everyday ‘mundane’ life online
- Geographies of Religion
- Youth Studies
Current Research Projects
- Mapping Bruneians Online Religious Landscape
- Performance of Religiosity in Online Space
- Bruneian Youth’s Social Media use and Experience
- Exploring the ‘veiling’ trend amongst Bruneian women
- AV-2301 – Introduction to Spatial Information Systems
- AD-2303 – Applied Research Methods in Social Sciences
- AD-2201 – Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences
- AD-3307 – Sustainability Research Through Experiential Learning
- AD-4311 – Virtual Geographies, Space and Culture
Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad (2007). Women in work: Breaking through the Glass Ceiling? An Analysis of Temporal Trends in the Occupational Attainments of Women and a Description of their Geographical Patterns in England and Wales. Unpublished Masters Thesis, University of Leeds.
Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad (2014). Rooted Muslim Cosmopolitanism: Malay Malaysian Students Cultivating and Performing Cosmopolitan Self on Facebook. PhD Thesis, University of Durham. (PDF Version).
Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad (Forthcoming - 2017). Performance of Religiosity on a ‘Techno-Religious’ Space. Advanced Science Letters. (Accepted. In Press).
Crang, M. & Haji Mohamad, Siti (2016) Researching virtual communities. In N. Clifford, M. Cope, S. French & T. Gillespie (Eds.), Key Methods in Geography. London: Sage. (Publisher's Link).
Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad (2014). Facebook – A Cosmopolitan Space? Paper presented at the Global Studies Association Annual Conference – Cultural Encounters and Global Connectivity. St. John’s University, York. July 2014.
Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad (2013). Negotiating Collapsed Context – Performance of Cosmopolitanism on Facebook. Paper presented at the Global Studies Association Annual Conference – The Cosmopolitan Ideal: Challenges And Opportunities. Roehampton University, London. July 2013.
Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad (2013). ‘From Cosmopolitan Sensibilities to Sociabilities. Malay Malaysian Students’ Negotiation and Performance of Cosmopolitan Identity on Facebook. Paper presented at the New Agendas for Youth and Young Adulthood: Youth Studies Conference. University of Glasgow, Scotland. April 2013.
Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad (2013). ‘You Carry Your Identity Wherever You Go’ – Cosmopolitan ‘New Malay’ (Melayu Baru) Identity Negotiation and Performance on Facebook. Paper presented at Youth 2.0: Connecting, Sharing and Empowering? Affordances, Uses and Risks of Social Media. University of Antwerp, Belgium. March 2013.
Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad (2012). Malaysian Youth Rediscovering and Renegotiating their Identities in a Cosmopolitan Society through a Social Network Site (SNS). Paper presented at the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference. Edinburgh, United kingdom. July 2012.
Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad (2012). Discovering and Negotiating a Cosmopolitan Self Online: From Cosmopolitan Sensibility to Sociability. Paper presented at the Human Geography Annual Postgraduate Conference, Geography Department. Durham, United Kingdom. April 2012.
Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad (2011). Beyond Ethno-Cultural Identification: Malaysian Youth Rediscovering and Renegotiating their Identities in a Cosmopolitan Society through a Social Network Site (SNS). Paper presented at the Human Geography Annual Postgraduate Conference, Geography Department. Durham, United kingdom. May 2011.
‘Where am I, Where Am I Going?’ Answer This with GIS. Public Presentation – World GIS Day 2007, Sixth Form Centres Brunei. 14th-17th April 2008.
GIS and Gender Studies: An Example of GIS Application for Research on Population Census. Public Presentation – World GIS Day 2007, Survey Department Ministry of Development. Brunei Darussalam. November 2007.