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Eastern European Media and the Concept of Trans-Integration. Global Fusion Conference.(2003).
Media Evolution and Integration in Europe (in Romanian). Journalism and Communication – Journal of Communication Sciences. 1, 16-29.(2003).
Media Evolution in Albania, Bulgaria and Romania, 1989-2000. (Johnston, D. H., Ed.).Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications. 91-101.(2003).
New Relationships: Eastern European Media and the Post-Communist Political World. Journalism Studies. 4, 79-89.(2003).
Remedial Education: The Remaking of Eastern European Journalists. (Frohlich, R., & Holtz-Bacha C., Ed.).Journalism Education in Europe and North America. 257-282.(2003).
Entangled Evolution: Media in Post-Communist Eastern Europe. The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.(2002).
Media and political society in Eastern Europe. Media Development. 4110, 28-32.(2002).
Political Development and the Media: Trends in Eastern Europe's Evolution. American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 34th National Convention.(2002).
Teaching from a global perspective. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) annual meeting..(2002).
Trans-integration as a theoretical construct: An Inquiry. Trans-Integration of the European Communication Landscape, Part 3 conference.(2002).
American Sources On Eastern European Media Evolutions,. Trans-Integration of the European Communication Landscape, Part 2 Conference.(2001).
The Beginning of a Beginning: Journalism Education in Eastern Europe. The Global Network. 14, 1-4.(2001).
Media successes and failures in building civil society in Eastern Europe,. Media and Democracy Conference.(2001).
Media and political/civil society in Eastern Europe: an evolving relationship. South East Europe Review. 3, 115-122.(2000).
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).
Forward to the Past: American Journalism in an Age of Relativism (in Romanian). Secolul XX – XXI. 7-8-9, 31-40.(1999).
"Limping to Nowhere: Romania's Post-Iliescu Media," in Romania: One Year Into the Constantinescu Presidency. The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Occasional, 9-20.(1999).
Ten Years and Counting: Eastern European Media and Political Culture. The First Decade Conference The Romanian Cultural Foundation.(1999).
The First Nine Years – A Reappraisal of Romania’s Media. The Global Network. 5-10.(1998).
Journalism and the Remaking of Political Culture in Eastern Europe. The Profession of Journalism in a Democratic Society. East-West Perspectives Conference.(1998).
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).
Mutual Disappointments: Romanian Media and Society. American-Romanian Academy Conference.(1998).
Symbiosis: Political Culture and Mass Media in the New Eastern Europe. Sfera Politicii. 17-22.(1998).
Birth of a New Era: Media and the 1996 General Elections (in Romanian). Secolul XX – XXI. 5, 230-240.(1997).
The Irresponsibility of Intellectuals and The Reality of Multiculturalism in a Free Society. East-West Meeting (Blessings and Blights After the ‘Year of Miracles’).(1997).
Of Men, Mice and Mythical Giants. Romanian Media in the 1996 Election Year. International Congress of Romanian Studies.(1997).
A Comparative Glimpse at New East/Central European Broadcasting Laws: Poland, Romania, and the Czech Republic. The Global Network. 4-5, 35-56.(1996).
"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).
What do local election results tell us about the parliamentary/presidential elections in Romania. The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.(1996).
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).
Journalism Education - One of the Fastest Growing Program Areas in Romanian Higher Education. International Communication Bulletin. 3, 23.(1995).
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).
The role of East/Central European media and their journalism: Help or hindrance to the transition?. The post-communist press dilemmas and the concept of European integration Conference.(1995).
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).
East/Central European Journalism Education. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual meeting.(1994).
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).
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).
The Press in Romania's 1992 Presidential/Parliamentary Elections,. Gazette. 52, 223-240.(1994).
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).
Mass Media and Public Opinion in Romania: Forward to the Past,. A.R.A. Journal, The American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences. 126-130.(1993).
Media and Democratic Elections in Romania. 43rd Annual Conference of the International Communication Association.(1993).