Dr. Wajiha Raza Rizvi's Research Paper Achieves Top Ten Status on SSRN
Dr. Wajiha Raza Rizvi, an esteemed Associate Professor and the Head of the MS Film & TV program at the School of Media & Communication (SMC), Beaconhouse National University, has garnered recognition on the international stage for her groundbreaking research in the field of qualitative research methods. Her paper, titled "IMPACT OF HORROR MOVIE VIEWERSHIP ON THE REAL-LIFE PERSONAL EXPERIENCES OF VIEWERS," has secured a coveted spot on SSRN's Top Ten download list for the PsychRN: Qualitative Research Methods (Topic) category.
As of September 26, 2023, Dr. Rizvi's paper has been downloaded an impressive 655 times, underscoring its significant impact and relevance in the realm of qualitative research. Researchers and academics from around the world have shown a keen interest in her study, which delves into the intriguing relationship between horror movie viewership and real-life personal experiences of viewers.
The paper explores the psychological and emotional effects of horror cinema on individuals. Dr. Rizvi's work stands as a testament to her dedication and expertise in the field of media studies, further establishing her as a leading authority in the domain of qualitative research.
SSRN's Top Ten Lists are updated daily, and achieving a spot on these lists is a remarkable feat. Dr. Rizvi's accomplishment highlights not only her academic prowess but also the growing international recognition of research conducted at Beaconhouse National University.
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