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Media and Politics in the U.S.: Lessons for Eastern Europe. Cotidianul's International Colloquia on Mass Media and Society.(1993).
Media and Public Opinion During Transition from Communism (in Romanian). Sociologia Romaneasca. 2, 187-198.(1993).
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).
News as Entertainment in the New East/Central European Media. 18th Annual Conference of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences..(1993).
Romania's New Journalism Education Programs: Beginning or Beginning of the End?. Journalism Educator. 48, 24-32.(1993).
The Communist Theory of the Press - The Romanian Version (in French). Reseaux. 53, 41-59.(1992).
Media and Public Opinion in the New Romania. International Colloquia on "Media in Transition and Transition of Media.(1992).
The Role of Media in Romanian Public Opinion Formation. 17th Annual Congress of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences.(1992).
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).
Restricting the Free Press in Romania. Orbis. 35, 365-375.(1991).
Romania's Mass Media; Abundance in a Land of Shortages (in German). Media Perspektiven. 2, 90-95.(1991).
Romania's Poor Orphans: Civil and Information Society. Media, Culture & Society. 13, 407-413.(1991).
Waiting for Godot: Mass Media Policy Making in Romania. Mass Media Re-Construction in East/Central Europe Conference, International Social Science Council.(1991).
Exercises in Cynicism and Propaganda: Law, Legality and Foreign Correspondence in Romania. Political Communication and Persuasion. 6, 179-190.(1990).
Foreign Correspondents Covering Taiwan: A Preliminary Study of Attitudes, Perceptions, and Processes. MassComm Review. 17, 20-24, 56.(1990).
The Historical Foundations of Freedom of the Press in Eastern Europe: The Case of Romania. International Association for Mass Communication Research Conference.(1990).
Romania's Poor Orphans: Information and Civil Societies in Romania. 4th Annual Colloquia on East/West Communication.(1990).
Romania's Post-Ceausescu Media: Where is it Heading?. 15th Annual Convention of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences.(1990).
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).
The Still Applicable Totalitarian Theory of the Press: The Case of Romania.. (Splichal, S., Ed.).Democratization and the Media. 94-106.(1990).
The USA as Seen Through the Eyes of Romania's Scinteia. East European Quarterly. 24, 373-392.(1990).
The Still Applicable Totalitarian Theory of the Press: The Case of Romania. 3rd Annual Colloquia on East/West Communication.(1989).
The U.S.A. as Portrayed by Romania's Scinteia. 14th Annual Conference of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences.(1989).
Trials, Tribulations, and Contributions: A Brief History of the Romanian Press. East European Quarterly. 22, 1-22.(1988).
Foreign Correspondents Covering Taiwan: A Preliminary Study of Attitudes, Perceptions and Processes. International Association for Mass Communication Research Conference.(1986).
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).
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).