CCI Research Presentations and Publications
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Foreign Correspondents Covering Taiwan: A Preliminary Study of Attitudes, Perceptions, and Processes. MassComm Review. 17, 20-24, 56.(1990).
Media in the First Post-Communist Decade. (Carey, H. F., Ed.).Romania since 1989. Politics, Economics, and Society. 195-213.(2004).
A Comparative Glimpse at New East/Central European Broadcasting Laws: Poland, Romania, and the Czech Republic. The Global Network. 4-5, 35-56.(1996).
Forward to the Past: The Intractable Problems of Romania's Media System. The International Journal of Press/Politics. 13(2), 141-152.(2008).
Trials, Tribulations, and Contributions: A Brief History of the Romanian Press. East European Quarterly. 22, 1-22.(1988).
Albania. (Fliess, M., Ed.).Looking to the Future: A Survey of Journalism Education in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union,. 4-6.(1994).
The evolution of a dream; the devolution of reality: Media in the new Romania. Mass Communication after communism roundtable - The Hour of Romania conference.(2007).
Media and Politics in the U.S.: Lessons for Eastern Europe. Cotidianul's International Colloquia on Mass Media and Society.(1993).
The End of Post-communism in Romania. Journal of Democracy. 16, 146-162.(2005).
Media as a spearhead for or corollary to civil society evolution in Eastern Europe. Trans-Integration of the European Communication Landscape, Part 1 Conference.(2000).
Restricting the Free Press in Romania. Orbis. 35, 365-375.(1991).
Between Reality and Dream: Eastern European media, transition, transformation, consolidation and integration,. East European Politics and Society. 18, 110-131.(2004).
Mutual Disappointments: Romanian Media and Society. American-Romanian Academy Conference.(1998).
A Reappraisal: U.S. Media Coverage of Romania's 1989 Revolution. Models of/Models for Journalism and Communication Conference.(2009).
Romania's Post-Ceausescu Media: Where is it Heading?. 15th Annual Convention of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences.(1990).
Media Evolution in Albania, Bulgaria and Romania, 1989-2000. (Johnston, D. H., Ed.).Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications. 91-101.(2003).
Fact-based vs. opinion-based journalism in the new Central Europe: What can and cannot be useful to a transition. Media '95 - Five Years After” Conference.(1995).
Media Systems in the Balkan States. (Donsback, W., Bryant J., & Craig R. T., Ed.).International Encyclopedia of Communication. 295-299.(2008).
Trans-integration as a theoretical construct: An Inquiry. Trans-Integration of the European Communication Landscape, Part 3 conference.(2002).
Romania. (Fliess, M., Ed.).Looking to the Future: A Survey of Journalism Education in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. 56-59.(1994).
Between Reality and Dream: Eastern European media, transition, transformation, consolidation and integration. Tracing protest movements: Perspectives from sociology, political Sciences, and media Studies Workshop.(2006).
Romania's New Journalism Education Programs: Beginning or Beginning of the End?. Journalism Educator. 48, 24-32.(1993).
The missed ideal: media and power (in Romanian). (Marinescu, V., Ed.).Communication and Power. 63-94.(2005).
Ten Years and Counting: Eastern European Media and Political Culture. The First Decade Conference The Romanian Cultural Foundation.(1999).
The Starting Point: Studies on European Foreign Correspondents and Correspondence. (Gross, P., & Kopper G. G., Ed.).Understanding Foreign Correspondence, Concepts, Methodologies, and Theories. 1-28.(2011).
Exercises in Cynicism and Propaganda: Law, Legality and Foreign Correspondence in Romania. Political Communication and Persuasion. 6, 179-190.(1990).
Of Men, Mice and Mythical Giants. Romanian Media in the 1996 Election Year. International Congress of Romanian Studies.(1997).
The EU and Eastern European Media Integration. East European Studies Newsletter.(2009).
The U.S.A. as Portrayed by Romania's Scinteia. 14th Annual Conference of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences.(1989).
Entangled Evolution: Media in Post-Communist Eastern Europe. The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.(2002).
Romania. (Paletz, D. L., Jakubowicz K., & Novosel P., Ed.).Glasnost and After: Media and Change in Central and Eastern Europe. 195-214.(1995).
Dances With Wolves – A meditation on a European Union Member’s (Romania) Media and Political System. A30 COST Action management Committee and Working Groups meetings of the EU-sponsored “East and West: Setting a New Central and Eastern European Media Research Agenda” Program.(2007).
Deception: Romanian Media and the Establishment of Communism. Central and Eastern European Media Under Dictatorial Rule in the 1940s and 1950s Conference.(2005).
Media and political/civil society in Eastern Europe: an evolving relationship. South East Europe Review. 3, 115-122.(2000).
Media and Democratic Elections in Romania. 43rd Annual Conference of the International Communication Association.(1993).
Mass Media as Facilitators and Impediments for Public Opinion Formation in Romania. International Colloquium on "Interaction of Media, Public and Power Institutions in the Democratization Process.(1991).
American Media: Censoring the News. Censorship and Democracy Conference.(2004).
Limping to Nowhere. The Press During the First Constantinescu Year. An Update: Romania One Year After the Constantinescu Regime's Ascendancy to Power Conference.(1998).
The Slow, Detoured March to Democracy in Eastern Europe (in Romanian). 1989-2009 The Incredible Adventure of Democracy after Communism. 149-159.(2010).
Romania's Post-Ceausescu Media: Where Is It Heading?. (Paraschivoiu, I., Ed.).Proceedings of the 15th Congress of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences. 404-409.(1990).
Media Evolution and Integration in Europe (in Romanian). Journalism and Communication – Journal of Communication Sciences. 1, 16-29.(2003).
What do local election results tell us about the parliamentary/presidential elections in Romania. The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.(1996).
Media and Journalism in Central Asia. The systems, their affects and the influences shaping them. Problems of Post-Communism. 55 (5), 54-60.(2008).
West German and French Satellite Communication Policies: Similarities and Contrasts. Proceedings of the 1985 Inter-Disciplinary International Conference on the Socio-Cultural Impact of New Media. 121-148.(1985).
Teaching from a global perspective. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) annual meeting..(2002).
Poland. (Fliess, M., Ed.).Looking to the Future: A Survey of Journalism Education in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. 50-55.(1994).
Trumpeting Disaster. Media and the Establishment of the Romanian Communist Regime. The Journal of Romanian Press History. 1(1),(2007).
News as Entertainment in the New East/Central European Media. 18th Annual Conference of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences..(1993).