CCI Research Presentations and Publications
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Romania's Poor Orphans: Information and Civil Societies in Romania. 4th Annual Colloquia on East/West Communication.(1990).
Eastern European Media and the Concept of Trans-Integration. Global Fusion Conference.(2003).
Dances with Wolves. A meditation on the media and political system in the European Union's Romania. (Jakubowicz, K., & Sukosk M., Ed.).Finding the right place on the map. Central and Eastern European media Change in a Global Perspective. 125-144.(2008).
Satellite Communication Policies in West Germany and France: A Study in Contrasts. 1985 interdisciplinary International conference on the Socio-Cultural Impact of New Media.(1985).
Political Development and the Media: Trends in Eastern Europe's Evolution. American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 34th National Convention.(2002).
Moldova. (Fliess, M., Ed.).Looking to the Future: A Survey of Journalism Education in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. 48-49,(1994).
Key note presentation, Romanian Association of Journalism. First meeting of the Romanian Association of Journalism.(2007).
The Media Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe is Over; Long Live the Transformation. (Coman, M., Ed.).Models of, Models for Journalism and Communication. 11-19.(2011).
Media as Catalysts, Impediments and Facilitators of Public Opinion Formation in the New Romania, (in Russian). (Manaev, O., & Pryluk Y., Ed.).Media in Transition from Totalitarianism to Democracy. 86-102.(1993).
From Few to Many: The Romani Media in Eastern Europe. Global Fusion Conference.(2004).
Birth of a New Era: Media and the 1996 General Elections (in Romanian). Secolul XX – XXI. 5, 230-240.(1997).
EU Enlargements and Its Meaning for Media Evolution in Eastern Europe. Evaluating the Effects of EU Enlargement: Lessons for Southeast Europe Symposium.(2009).
Romania's Poor Orphans: Civil and Information Society. Media, Culture & Society. 13, 407-413.(1991).
The USA as Seen Through the Eyes of Romania's Scinteia. East European Quarterly. 24, 373-392.(1990).
Remedial Education: The Remaking of Eastern European Journalists. (Frohlich, R., & Holtz-Bacha C., Ed.).Journalism Education in Europe and North America. 257-282.(2003).
Methods of teaching college journalism: Training the trainers. East/Central European journalism school deans and faculty, and panelist at the Central and Eastern European Journalism Educators Conference,..(1995).
Crossroads or interactions: Reflections on American and European Journalism. (Bohrmann, H., Klaus E., & Machill M., Ed.).Media Industry, Journalism Culture and Communication Policies in Europe. 41-63.(2007).
The Beginning of a Beginning: Journalism Education in Eastern Europe. The Global Network. 14, 1-4.(2001).
Pugilism as Journalism: Romania’s media and the Basescu presidency. The End of Post-communism in Romania? Assessing the Traian Basescu Presidency and Its Dilemmas session at the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Conference.(2006).
The Torturous Path of the Tajik Media's Evolution. (Freedman, E., Ed.).After the Czars and Commissars: The Press in Central Asia after Independence. 123-142.(2011).
Media and Public Opinion in the New Romania. International Colloquia on "Media in Transition and Transition of Media.(1992).
The State of Eastern European Press Freedom. Journalism Studies. 534-37.(2005).
The Historical Foundations of Freedom of the Press in Eastern Europe: The Case of Romania. International Association for Mass Communication Research Conference.(1990).
East Central and Southeastern Europe, Russia, and the Newly Independent States. (Merrill, J. C., & de Beer A., Ed.).Global Journalism: A Survey of International Communication. 212-256.(2003).
"Correspondent Report for Rumania," Television in the Olympics Project Archive. Barcelona: Centre d’Estudis Olimpics I de L’Esport, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. (de Moragas Spa, M., Ed.).Television and the Olympics.(1996).
Back to the (Uncertain) Future. Politics, Business and the Media in Romania. Global Media Journal (Polish Edition). 1 (4), 51-68.(2008).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).