CCI Research Presentations and Publications
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Foreign Correspondents Covering Taiwan: A Preliminary Study of Attitudes, Perceptions and Processes. International Association for Mass Communication Research Conference.(1986).
Media and political society in Eastern Europe. Media Development. 4110, 28-32.(2002).
East/Central European Journalism Education. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual meeting.(1994).
The internationalization of journalism/mass communication education. Mid-year conference of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication.(2007).
Media and Public Opinion During Transition from Communism (in Romanian). Sociologia Romaneasca. 2, 187-198.(1993).
European Correspondents Covering the U.S.A.: A Survey. Transatlantic News Coverage – Structures and Processes, Problems and Solutions Conference.(2005).
Forward to the Past: American Journalism in an Age of Relativism (in Romanian). Secolul XX – XXI. 7-8-9, 31-40.(1999).
Aiding Integration and Identity. The Unfulfilled Roles and Functions of the Romani Media in Eastern Europe. (Jakubowicz, K., & Sukosd M., Ed.).Media, Nationalism, and European Identities.(2011).
Romania's Mass Media; Abundance in a Land of Shortages (in German). Media Perspektiven. 2, 90-95.(1991).
The East European Media: Public Sphere or Public Stage?. Changing European Public Spheres. New Cultural and Media Contexts in Western and Eastern Europe. Prospects and Challenges Conference.(2004).
Symbiosis: Political Culture and Mass Media in the New Eastern Europe. Sfera Politicii. 17-22.(1998).
The Future of Post-Communist Media. AEJMC Conference.(2009).
The Still Applicable Totalitarian Theory of the Press: The Case of Romania.. (Splichal, S., Ed.).Democratization and the Media. 94-106.(1990).
New Relationships: Eastern European Media and the Post-Communist Political World. Journalism Studies. 4, 79-89.(2003).
Journalism Education - One of the Fastest Growing Program Areas in Romanian Higher Education. International Communication Bulletin. 3, 23.(1995).
Before Politics and Political Systems There is Culture. Beyond Hallin and Mancini: Reconsidering Media Systems in a Democratic Perspective Conference.(2007).
American Sources On Eastern European Media Evolutions,. Trans-Integration of the European Communication Landscape, Part 2 Conference.(2001).
Slovenia. (Fliess, M., Ed.).Looking to the Future: A Survey of Journalism Education in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. 77-78.(1994).
A Prolegomena to the Study of the Romani Media in Eastern Europe. European Journal of Communication. 21, 477-97.(2006).
The Communist Theory of the Press - The Romanian Version (in French). Reseaux. 53, 41-59.(1992).
Romani Media in Post-1989 Eastern Europe: A Prolegomena to the Study of a Contemporary Phenomenon. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Annual Conference.(2005).
The First Nine Years – A Reappraisal of Romania’s Media. The Global Network. 5-10.(1998).
The Tip of the Lance: Scinteia and the Establishment of Communism in Romania. (Mertelsmann, O., Ed.).Central and Eastern European Media Under Dictatorial Rule and in the Early Cold War. 113-126.(2011).
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).
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).
Media and Politics in the U.S.: Lessons for Eastern Europe. Cotidianul's International Colloquia on Mass Media and Society.(1993).
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).