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Predictors of COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance: The Role of Trust and the Influence of Social Media. Social Work in Public Health, 1-16, 2024. Google Scholar

Self-Regulated Learning, Self-Efficacy, and Life-Long Learning: The mediating role of Future Orientation. GREAT RESET, 94, 2024. Google Scholar

A qualitative examination of (political) media diets across age cohorts in five countries. Communications -The European Journal of Communication Research, 2024. Google Scholar

Misinformation Detection in the Context of the Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Evidence from Original Survey Data Collected in 19 Democracies. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 2024. Google Scholar

When are fact-checks effective? An experimental study on the inclusion of the misinformation source and the source of fact-checks in 16 European countries. Mass Communication and Society, 2024. Google Scholar

Why do Citizens Choose to Read Fact-Checks in the Context of the Russian War in Ukraine? The Role of Directional and Accuracy Motivations in Nineteen Democracies. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 2024. Google Scholar

Does the platform matter? Social media and COVID-19 conspiracy theory beliefs in 17 countries. New Media & Society 25 (12), 3412–3437, 2023. Google Scholar

Perceived prevalence of misinformation fuels worries about COVID-19: a cross-country, multi-method investigation. Information, Communication & Society 26 (16), 3135-3158, 2023. Google Scholar

Vaccine-related conspiracy and counter-conspiracy narratives. Silencing effects. Communications-The European Journal of Communication Research, 2023. Google Scholar

Do conspiracy theories circulating in the media or their debunking affect people’s trust in the media?. Social Science Information, 2023. Google Scholar

Mistakenly misinformed or intentionally deceived? Mis‐and Disinformation perceptions on the Russian War in Ukraine among citizens in 19 countries. European Journal of Political Research, 2023. Google Scholar

What’s on the Menu for Today? Consumption Patterns, Threats and Opportunities of the High-Choice Media Environment. Patterns of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment: A Romanian …, 2023. Google Scholar

News Media Consumption and Key Covariates: Media-Related and Socio-Demographic Factors Influencing Media Diets. Patterns of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment: A Romanian …, 2023. Google Scholar

Information Disorders in the Current Media Environment. Patterns of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment: A Romanian …, 2023. Google Scholar

Agenda-Setting: 50 Years of Research. Patterns of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment: A Romanian …, 2023. Google Scholar

Patterns of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment. Patterns of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment: A Romanian …, 2023. Google Scholar

New Avenues for Agenda-Setting Research: Network Agenda-Setting, Agenda-Melding and Intermedia Agenda-Setting. Patterns of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment: A Romanian …, 2023. Google Scholar

News Consumption Patterns Then and Now: From Traditional Media Repertoires to New Ways of Consuming News. Patterns of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment: A Romanian …, 2023. Google Scholar

Patterns of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment: A Romanian Perspective. Springer Nature, 2023. Google Scholar

Setting the Agenda During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Patterns of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment: A Romanian …, 2023. Google Scholar

The Discursive Construction of ‘Good Parenting’by Romanian Parenting Influencers. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 25 (2), 23-48, 2023. Google Scholar

‘Vaccine as a cheat sheet’: a metaphor gone awry on Facebook. Frontiers in Psychology 14, 1198172, 2023. Google Scholar

HATE SPEECH IN THE ROMANIAN ONLINE MEDIA AND ITS IMPACT ON PEOPLE'S CIVIC ENGAGEMENT WITH THE ROMA MINORITY. Revista Romana de Sociologie 34 (1/2), 21-42, 2023. Google Scholar

EX-ANTE EVALUATION OF A PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A CENTRALIZED UNIVERSITY ADMISSION SYSTEM IN ROMANIA: A QUALITATIVE APPROACH. ICERI2023 Proceedings, 7994-8003, 2023. Google Scholar

Crisis of confidence in vaccination and the role of social media. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology 36, 84-92, 2022. Google Scholar

Navigating high-choice European political information environments: A comparative analysis of news user profiles and political knowledge. The International Journal of Press/Politics 27 (4), 827-859, 2022. Google Scholar

Teachers’ views on disinformation and media literacy supported by a tool designed for professional fact-checkers: Perspectives from France, Romania, Spain and Sweden. SN Social Sciences, 2022. Google Scholar

Managing the COVID-19 pandemic: predictors of trust in institutions in Romania. Kybernetes 51 (7), 2398-2415, 2022. Google Scholar

The Effects of the COVID-19 Outbreak on Selective Exposure: Evidence from 17 Countries. Political Communication 39 (5), 674-696, 2022. Google Scholar

Profiles of news consumption in a high-choice media environment. Evidence from Romania. Media Literacy and Academic Research 5 (1), 95-114, 2022. Google Scholar

The Impact of Social Scholarships and of Reserved Places for Graduates from Rural High Schools in Improving Access to Higher Education and Academic Performance. Higher Education in Romania: Overcoming Challenges and Embracing …, 2022. Google Scholar

Predictors of Engagement on Social Media and Instant Messaging Platforms during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from Romania. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 24 (3), 7-23, 2022. Google Scholar

Profiles of News Consumption in a High-Choice Media Environment: Evidence from Romania. Media Literacy and Academic Research 5 (1), 95-115, 2022. Google Scholar

Science Meets Metaphor: Teaching and Communicating about Abstract Concepts in Romanian Science Textbooks. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 24 (1), 47-60, 2022. Google Scholar

Book Review of The New Age of Development. The Geopolitical Assertion of Eurasia by Paul Dobrescu and Flavia Durach, Springer, 2022, 201 pages. Revista Română de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice 3 (24), 69-70, 2022. Google Scholar

Trust in information sources during the COVID-19 pandemic. A Romanian case study. Communications 47 (3), 375-394, 2022. Google Scholar

Third Person Perceptions About the Ability to Detect Fake News: The Role of Media Diet and Conspiracy Theories. Calitatea vieții 33 (4), 247-263, 2022. Google Scholar

Key Words Associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic. Comparing the Media and the Public Agenda.. Journal of Media Research 14 (2), 5-25, 2021. Google Scholar

Predictors of third-person perceptions about media's influence on vaccination against COVID-19. Kybernetes, 2021. Google Scholar

Media Exposure to Conspiracy vs. Anti-conspiracy Information. Effects on the Willingness to Accept a COVID-19 Vaccine.. Central European Journal of Communication 14 (2 (29)), 237-258, 2021. Google Scholar

Hate speech in social media and its effects on the LGBT community: A review of the current research. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 23 (1), 47-55, 2021. Google Scholar

Does a crisis change news habits? A comparative study of the effects of COVID-19 on news media use in 17 European countries. Digital Journalism 9 (9), 1208-1238, 2021. Google Scholar

The Effects of Populist Identity Framing on Populist Attitudes Across Europe. International Journal of Public Opinion Research 33 (3), 491–510, 2021. Google Scholar

Fake News Going Viral: The Mediating Effect of Negative Emotions. Media Literacy and Academic Research 4 (2), 58-85, 2021. Google Scholar

Media Exposure to Conspiracy vs. Anti-conspiracy Information. Effects on the Willingness to Accept a COVID-19 Vaccine. Central European Journal of Communication 14 (2), 237-258, 2021. Google Scholar

Who is the Diaspora? The Negotiation of Diasporic Identities in the Romanian Online Political Discourse. Journal of Media Research-Revista de Studii Media 14 (41), 5-22, 2021. Google Scholar

Romanians’ willingness to comply with restrictive measures during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from an online survey. Journal of Applied Communication Research 49 (4), 369-386, 2021. Google Scholar

What’s in a nickname? Form and function of sports’ team nicknames. Differences, similarities and meanings: Semiotic investigations of …, 2021. Google Scholar

Explaining solidarity through metaphors: two examples from a Romanian textbook. on education. Journal for research and debate 4 (10), 2021. Google Scholar

Book review of'Narratives in Research and Interventions on Cyberbullying among Young People'edited by Heidi Vandebosch & Lelia Green. Revista Română de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice 23 (3), 65-67, 2021. Google Scholar

Who believes in conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic in Romania? An analysis of conspiracy theories believers’ profiles. Societies 11 (4), 138, 2021. Google Scholar

Romanian Adolescents, Fake News, and the Third-person Effect: A Cross-sectional Study. Journal of Children and Media (Latest Articles), 2021. Google Scholar

Who Believes in Conspiracy Theories about the COVID-19 Pandemic in Romania? An Analysis of Conspiracy Theories Believers’ Profiles. Societies 11 (4): 138. . Google Scholar

Media Coverage in Times of Crisis. Intermedia Agenda-setting of COVID-19–related Topics. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 23 (2), 7-22, 2021. Google Scholar

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Influenced Central Bank Communication on Social Media. An Analysis of Two Major Central Banks from the Anglo-Saxon economies.. Journal of Media Research 14 (3), 2021. Google Scholar

Exposure to Hate Speech in the Digital Age. Effects on Stereotypes About Roma People.. Journal of Media Research 13 (2), 5-26, 2020. Google Scholar

Thoughts on Antisocial Media. How Facebook Disconnects Us and Undermines Democracy by Siva Vaidhyanathan. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 22 (1), 145-149, 2020. Google Scholar

Reshaping the European Public Sphere: Preliminary Insights into the European Backlash in Central and Eastern Europe. In Search of a European Public Sphere: Challenges, Opportunities and …, 2020. Google Scholar

Uses and gratifications of YouTube: A comparative analysis of users and content creators. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 22 (2), 75-89, 2020. Google Scholar

The effects of populism as a social identity frame on persuasion and mobilisation: Evidence from a 15‐country experiment. European Journal of Political Research 59 (1), 3, 2020. Google Scholar

'They can’t fool me, but they can fool the others!’ Third person effect and fake news detection. European Journal of Communication 35 (2), 165-180, 2020. Google Scholar

Populism Meets Fake News: Social media, Stereotypes, and Emotions. Perspectives on Populism and the Media. Avenues for Research (B. Krӓmer & C …, 2020. Google Scholar

Does fake news lead to more engaging effects on social media? Evidence from Romania. Communications. European Journal of Communication Research 45 (S1), 694-717, 2020. Google Scholar

Students’ attitudes towards knowledge and the future of work. Kybernetes 49 (7), 1987-2002, 2020. Google Scholar

Exposure to Hate Speech in the Digital Age. Effects on Stereotypes about Roma People. Journal of Media Research 13 (2), 5-26, 2020. Google Scholar

Combatting online disinformation by improving digital visual literacy: the YouCheck! project. Proceedings of the 2020 conference of the International Association for …, 2020. Google Scholar

Politici publice privind echitatea în învățământul superior: Impactul burselor sociale și al locurilor speciale pentru absolvenții de licee din mediul rural. Comunicare.ro, 2020. Google Scholar

Patterns of digital behaviour on instant messaging platforms. WhatsApp uses among young people from Romania. Romanian Journal of European Affairs 20 (2), 2020. Google Scholar

‘They can’t fool me, but they can fool the others!’Third person effect and fake news detection. European Journal of Communication 35 (2), 165-180, 2020. Google Scholar

Populism meets fake news: Social media, stereotypes and emotions. Perspectives on Populism and the Media, 181-200, 2020. Google Scholar

‘They can’t fool me, but they can fool the others!’ Third person effect and fake news detection. European Journal of Communication 35 (2), 165-180, 2020. Google Scholar

Les intellectuels et l'Europe. Engagement, politique ou coup de com'. Revista Româna de Jurnalism si Comunicare 15 (1), 24-36, 2020. Google Scholar

The East-West Divide in the European Union: A Development Divide Reframed as a Political One. Development in Turbulent Times, 105-118, 2019. Google Scholar

Facebook and romantic relationships–a troubled couple. Romanian Journal of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Hypnosis 6 (1-2), 2019. Google Scholar

Facebook and romantic relationships – a troubled couple. Romanian Journal of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Hypnosis. Romanian Journal of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Hypnosis 6 (1-2), 1-12, 2019. Google Scholar

The multiple impact of education gaps in Romania. Development in Turbulent Times 171, 2019. Google Scholar

Populism and Illiberal Democracy in Romania. The Role of Media in the Erosion of Romanian Democracy. Political and Economic Unrest in the Contemporary Era, 174-183, 2019. Google Scholar

Cognitive Responses to Populist Communication: The Impact of Populist Message Elements on Blame Attribution and Stereotyping. Communicating Populism. Comparing Actor Perceptions, Media Coverage, and …, 2019. Google Scholar

Editors' Introduction. Central European Journal of Communication 12 (2), 130-133, 2019. Google Scholar

Europeanization in the making: Perceptions of the economic effects of European integration in Romania. Development in Turbulent Times, 185, 2019. Google Scholar

Populism and illiberal democracy in Romania: The role of media in the erosion of Romanian democracy. Proceedings of the 6th Academos Conference, Political and Economic Unrest in …, 2019. Google Scholar

Cas Mudde & Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser 2017. Populism: A very short introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 131, ISBN 9780190234874. Central European Journal of Communication 12 (23), 264-266, 2019. Google Scholar

Review of# FAKENEWS. Noua cursã a înarmãrii [# FAKENEWS. The new arms race] by Alina Bârgăoanu. Revista Română de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice 21 (2), 61-63, 2019. Google Scholar

“The Yokel from Teleorman”: Representations of Romanian Prime Minister in Satirical News Websites. Journal of media research 12 (2), 74-92, 2019. Google Scholar

Digital storytelling in museums. Trends and challenges. REVISTA MUZEELOR, 94, 2019. Google Scholar

Fake news and the third-person effect: They are more influenced than me and you.. Journal of Media research 11 (3), 2018. Google Scholar

Characteristics of the Digital Divide in Romania and Differences in Internet Use in Comparison with Internet Use in Europe.. Journal of Media Research 11 (2), 2018. Google Scholar

Fake News and the Third-Person Effect: They are More Influenced than Me and You. Journal of Media Research 11 (3), 5-23, 2018. Google Scholar

Facebook Use Among Romanian Graduate Students. Influences on Self-esteem and Feelings of Loneliness.. Journal of media research 11 (1), 2018. Google Scholar

Media Coverage of Elections: Lessons Learnt from the 2014 Presidential Campaign in Romania. Development, Democracy and Society in the Contemporary World, 91-97, 2018. Google Scholar

Consumer behavior towards apparel e-commerce in Romania. Management dynamics in the knowledge economy 6 (3/21), 471-487, 2018. Google Scholar

Start spreading the news: A comparative experiment on the effects of populist communication on political engagement in sixteen European countries. The international journal of press/politics 23 (4), 517-538, 2018. Google Scholar

Why Europe? Narratives and Counter-narratives of European Integration. Peter Lang, 2017. Google Scholar

From “What Europe” to “Why Europe”. Insights into the Consequences of EU Overlapping Crises. Why Europe? Narratives and Counter-narratives of European Integration, 7-15, 2017. Google Scholar

Representations of Europe in the Online Media Discourse about Migration. A Comparative Approach. Why Europe? Narratives and Counter-narratives of European Integration, 39-60, 2017. Google Scholar

Review of'Temporal Love. Temporality and Romantic Relationships' by Mira Moshe, New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2016. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 19 (2), 43-44, 2017. Google Scholar

Social Representations Of Migrants In Romanian And French Online Media Outlets. L’Europe dans les Medias en Ligne., 205-219, 2017. Google Scholar

Facebook as a Learning Tool: Perspectives of Romanian Students in Higher Education. Exploring Communication Through Qualitative Research 1, 180-199, 2017. Google Scholar

Framing the refugee crisis in online media: A Romanian perspective. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 19 (2), 5-18, 2017. Google Scholar

Third-person perception and its predictors in the age of Facebook.. Journal of Media research 10 (2), 2017. Google Scholar

The key words agenda: New avenues for agenda setting research. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 19 (3), 7-15, 2017. Google Scholar

Facebook influences you more than me: The perceived impact of social media effects among young Facebook users. Central European Journal of Communication 10 (2 (19)), 239-253, 2017. Google Scholar

HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS'PERFORMANCE IN ROMANIA: INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIAL PREDICTORS. Revista Romana de Sociologie 28 (3/4), 227, 2017. Google Scholar

The Refugee Crisis From The Media To The Public Agenda. A. Taranu (ed.). Quality of Democracy in the New Political Era, 20-29, 2017. Google Scholar

Temporal Love. Temporality and Romantic Relationships. Journal of Media Research 10 (2), 184, 2017. Google Scholar

Perspectives on European Identity: A Cross-Cultural Approach. Exploring Communication through Qualitative Reasearch, 103-115, 2017. Google Scholar

’Does Economy Really Matter?’ People’s Evaluations of the Economy and the Success of Populist Parties in Europe. Why Europe? Narratives and Counter-Narratives of European Integration, 203-223, 2017. Google Scholar

Leading the war at home and winning the race abroad: Metaphors used by President Obama to frame the fight against climate change. Metaphor in Communication, Science and Education 36, 119, 2017. Google Scholar

Sports metaphors and women’s empowerment in the 2014 European election campaign in Romania. Metaphor and the Social World 7 (2), 213-234, 2017. Google Scholar

L'Europe dans les médias en ligne. L'Harmattan, 2017. Google Scholar

Representations of Europe in Online Media Discourse about Migration. A Comparative Approach. Why Europe? Narratives and Counter-narratives of European Integration, 39-60, 2017. Google Scholar

« Perspectives on European Identity: a cross-cultural approach »,. Inquiring Communication Through Qualitat, 2017. Google Scholar

Social representations of migrants in Romanian and French media outlets. L’Europe dans les médias en ligne, 2017. Google Scholar

Facebook as a communication instrument in the academia: A view from the students. Trends and challenges in the learning economy., 223-254, 2016. Google Scholar

The European Identity – Romanian Youths’ Perspectives in Times of Crisis. Proceedings of Third Academos Conference - Governing for the Future …, 2016. Google Scholar

United By or Against Euroscepticism? An Assessment of Public Attitudes towards Europe in the Context of the Crisis. Central European Political Studies Review 18 (1), 110-114, 2016. Google Scholar

Noua eră a vechilor media. O analiză experimentală a efectelor produse de cadrajele media. comunicare.ro, 2016. Google Scholar

Alina Bârgăoanu, Loredana Radu and Diego Varela (eds.): United By or Against Euroscepticism? An Assessment of Public Attitudes towards Europe in the Context of the Crisis. Central European Political Studies Review 18 (1), 110-114, 2016. Google Scholar

Uniunea Europeana, un trend in deriva. O analiza a discursului, 2016. Google Scholar

Book Review of „Noua eră a vechilor media. O analiză experimentală a efectelor produse de cadrajele media”[The New Era of Old Media. An Experimental Analysis of Media Framing …. Revista Română de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice 18 (3), 97-99, 2016. Google Scholar

Uniunea Europeană, un trend în derivă?: o analiză a discursului mediatic şi a perspectivei tinerilor. Comunicare. ro, 2016. Google Scholar

The European identity–Romanian youths’ perspectives in times of crisis. Governing for the Future, 49, 2016. Google Scholar

USES AND GRATIFICATIONS OF FACEBOOK AMONG ROMANIAN GRADUATE STUDENTS. Opportunities and Risks in the Contemporary Business Environment, 630, 2016. Google Scholar

The complicated relation between news frames and political trust: A case study of Romania. Středoevropské politické studie/Central European Political Studies Review 18 …, 2016. Google Scholar

Storytelling in Online Political Communication during the Presidential Elections Campaign in Romania.. Journal of Media Research 9 (3), 2016. Google Scholar

Negotiating Political Responsibility in Times of National Tragedy. Styles of Communication 8 (2), 40-56, 2016. Google Scholar

Review of” Brand-urile în era Web 2.0. Conținutul generat de consumatori”[Web 2.0 Brands. User-generated Content] by Rodica Săvulescu, Bucharest: Tritonic, 2016, 252 pages. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 18 (3), 101-103, 2016. Google Scholar

Romania: Populist ideology without teeth. Populist political communication in Europe, 326-338, 2016. Google Scholar

‘Of the people or for the people’? An analysis of populist discourse in the 2014 European Parliament elections in Romania. Revista Română de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice 18 (2), 39-53, 2016. Google Scholar

25. Romania. Populist Ideology Without Teeth. Populist Political Communication in Europe, 2016. Google Scholar

Between the heroine mother and the absent woman: Motherhood and womanhood in the communist magazine Femeia. European Journal of Women's Studies 23 (3), 281-296, 2016. Google Scholar

Communications publiques et organisationnelles. Intersections des savoirs. comunicare.ro, 2016. Google Scholar

Entre identité et médias. L’identité européenne comme point de mire d’une recherche internationale. Hermès, 177-186, 2016. Google Scholar

« Don’t bother. We’re closed ». Limites et intersections dans deux campagnes média en Grande-Bretagne et Roumanie. Communications publiques et organisationnelles. Intersections des savoirs …, 2016. Google Scholar

Between Identity and the Media: European Identity as a Focal Point of International Research. Hermes, La Revue 75 (2), 177-186, 2016. Google Scholar

L’Europe dans les médias en ligne. Le comparatisme international dans les sciences de l’information et de la communication. D. Roventa-Frumusani, N. Pélissier, I. Dragan, Journalisme et …, 2016. Google Scholar

Minimal Effects or Not YET? Do Media Still Have a Role on Audiences' Political and Social Involvement?. Sfera Politicii 23 (2), 58-65, 2015. Google Scholar

What is the Price of EU Citizenship?. Communication and Entrepreneurship in the European Context, 2015. Google Scholar

Predictors of faculty diversification in journalism and mass communication education. Association for education in journalism and mass communication, 26-48, 2015. Google Scholar

Professionals or Academics?: The Faculty Dynamics in Journalism and Mass Communication Education in the United States. International Conference, Media and the Public Sphere: New Challenges in the …, 2015. Google Scholar

Moderators of Framing Effects on Political Attitudes: Is Source Credibility Worth Investigating?. Central European Political Studies Review / Stredoevropske Politicke Studie …, 2015. Google Scholar

Saved by the Union: Romanians’ attitudes toward the European Union. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 17 (3), 71-83, 2015. Google Scholar

Fragmented Euroscepticism: Distinctive Features of the Public Opinion Towards the EU in the Light of the Economic Crisis. Communication and Entrepreneurship in the European Context, 55, 2015. Google Scholar

Repetitive and Competitive Media Frames and How They Affect Audiences’ Trust. Redefining Community in Intercultural Context-RCIC 15, 2015. Google Scholar

Book review of The Emotions Industry edited by Mira Moshe. Revista Română de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice 17 (2), 81-82, 2015. Google Scholar

Social networking websites usage and life satisfaction: A study of materialist values shared by Facebook users. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 17 (2), 43-50, 2015. Google Scholar

When ‘seeking love is travel by bus’: Deliberate metaphors, stories and humor in a Romanian song. . Google Scholar

Unveiling Romanian Muslim women. An inquiry into the religious and identity-building meanings of the hijab. Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 14 (42), 147-171, 2015. Google Scholar

Communication and Entrepreneurship in the European Context. Comunicare. ro, 2015. Google Scholar

When'seeking love is travel by bus'.. Metaphor & the Social World 5 (1), 2015. Google Scholar

The European Union–From Agenda Setting and Media Frames to Citizens’ Conversations. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 17 (1), 41-57, 2015. Google Scholar

Thèmes européens et représentations de l’Union européenne. Les affiches de la campagne pour les élections européennes 2014. Journal of Media Research 8 (3[23]), 63-76, 2015. Google Scholar

Euroscepticism – A Today’s Issue with Tomorrow Consequences. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 16 (1), 41-52, 2014. Google Scholar

Every Comment Counts – the 2014 EP Elections in Romania on Facebook. Sfera Politicii 22 (3), 46-55, 2014. Google Scholar

Identity and Intercultural communication. Cambridge Scholar Publishing, 2014. Google Scholar

Media Framing of European News in Times of Crisis: the Romanian Case. Strategic Thinking in a Changing World, 331, 2014. Google Scholar

Conflictele din stiri. Impactul asupra cinismului, increderii si participarii politice. Colectia Academica, 2014. Google Scholar

Politics and leadership on facebook during the 2012 Romanian parliamentary elections and the 2014 Euro-parliamentary elections. Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy 2 (2), 399-419, 2014. Google Scholar

The rise of Euroscepticism in times of crisis. Evidence from the 2008–2013 Eurobarometers. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 16 (1), 9-23, 2014. Google Scholar

“Now everyone knows I’ma serial killer”: Spontaneous intentionality in conversational metaphor and story-telling. Metaphor and the Social World 4 (2), 174-198, 2014. Google Scholar

Consciousness and intentionality in paratelic communication: On (not) taking discourse too seriously. Unpublished manuscript, submitted, 2014. Google Scholar

" Now everyone knows I'm a serial killer".. Metaphor & the Social World 4 (2), 2014. Google Scholar

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WHAT KIND OF UNION? THE FUTURE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AS SEEN BY CANDIDATES TO THE EC PRESIDENCY IN THE 2014 EP ELECTIONS.. Europolity: Continuity & Change in European Governance 8 (2), 2014. Google Scholar

Nouveaux discours chez les romancières québécoises: Monique Proulx, Monique LaRue et Marie-Claire Blais. Nouveaux discours chez les romancières québécoises, 1-287, 2014. Google Scholar

Thématisation des événements européens dans les médias en ligne. Studia, Universitatis Babes-Bolyai, Studia Europaea 3, 2014. Google Scholar

We Are Not Entering an Era of Minimal Effects – Towards a Sleeper Effect Approach. Revista de Comunicare Și Marketing 7, 77-92, 2013. Google Scholar

EU-From media discourse to citizens’ interpersonal conversation agendas. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies and Environmental …, 2013. Google Scholar

The EU Economic Crisis-Reflections in the Opinions of Citizens and Experts. Romanian J. Eur. Aff. 13, 5, 2013. Google Scholar

The role of government evaluations and EU identity in shaping economic expectations during the crisis. The case of Romania. European Journal of Science and Theology 9 (4), 225-241, 2013. Google Scholar

Învăţământul universitar din România. Dialog cu elevi, studenţi şi profesori [Higher education in Romania. A …, 2013. Google Scholar

The walk of shame. Nova Science Publishers, 2013. Google Scholar

Consumul de stiri, dependenta de media si încrederea politica-o relatie mediata. Sfera Politicii 21 (4), 125, 2013. Google Scholar

Consumul de ştiri, dependenţa de media şi încrederea politică-o relaţie mediată.. Sphere of Politics/Sfera Politicii 21 (4), 2013. Google Scholar

Rethinking the Public Sphere: Theoretical Conceptualization, New Challenges and Dynamics. Editura Comunicare.ro, 2013. Google Scholar

PRIMING AND FRAMING EFFECTS IN THE MEDIA COVERAGE OF THE 2009 ROMANIAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS.. Revista Romana de Sociologie 24, 2013. Google Scholar

Different types of conflict in the news and their impact on political trust: the cumulated effect of incivility and intrusiveness. Revista Română de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice 15 (2), 49-57, 2013. Google Scholar

BUILDING LEGITIMACY DURING THE 2012 ROMANIAN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE NORMALIZATION OF ONLINE POLITICAL DISCOURSE.. Communication & Marketing/Revista de Comunicare şi Marketing 4 (7), 2013. Google Scholar

Requiem for European Solidarity. An Analysis of the European Discourse on the 2014-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework.. Romanian Journal of Communication & Public Relations 15 (1), 2013. Google Scholar

What does austerity ‘look’like? An analysis of visual metaphors in three newspaper cartoons depicting the Eurozone crisis. Metaphor and Austerity, 4, 2013. Google Scholar

Review of The Walk of Shame edited by Mira Moshe and Nicoleta Corbu. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2013, 265 pages. Revista Română de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice 15 (2), 79-81, 2013. Google Scholar

Hommes à la dérive: La condition masculine dans les romans de Lise Tremblay. Nouvelles Études Francophones, 89-101, 2013. Google Scholar

EU - from media to citizens. Building the european identity. comunicare.ro, 2013. Google Scholar

Framing the Economic Crisis in the Romanian Online Media.. Romanian Journal of Communication & Public Relations 14 (2), 2012. Google Scholar

The Wavering EU. The Question of EU Communication in the Context of the Eurozone Crisis. Journal of Media Research 5 (1), 92, 2012. Google Scholar

No consensus on framing? Towards an integrative approach to define frames both as text and visuals.. Romanian Journal of Communication & Public Relations 14 (3), 2012. Google Scholar

The risk of dropping education for romanian high school students. Structural factors and educational policies. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 46, 2312-2321, 2012. Google Scholar

Canadian encounters: transculture, herstories,(auto) ethnographies. Editura Universităţii" Alexandru Ioan Cuza", 2012. Google Scholar

Canadian Encounters. Transculture, herstories, (auto)ethnobiographies/Rencontres canadiennes. Transculture, écrits de femmes, (auto)ethnobiographies. Editura Universității „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”,, 2012. Google Scholar

Review of" Acces și echitate în învățământul superior din România"[Access and equity in the Romanian higher education]. Revista Română de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice 13 (3), 111-113, 2011. Google Scholar

The Spiral of Silence as a Media Effect in the 2009 Romanian Presidential Campaign. Revista Română de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice 13 (1), 67-85, 2011. Google Scholar

Acces şi echitate în învăţământul superior din România. Dialog cu elevii şi studenţii. Comunicare.ro, 2011. Google Scholar

Cultural Adaptive Patterns in European Contexts. Redefining Community in Intercultural Context, 2011. Google Scholar

Political Framing of European News: The Coverage of the Schengen Case in the Romanian Media. IAMCR 2011-Istanbul, 2011. Google Scholar

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