Articles

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2011, November 27).  New means of communication reshaping lives, societies.  A commentary in the op/ed pages of The Times, Northwest Indiana, USA.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2011, Summer Issue).  A perfect storm in the Middle East. Previously published in the op/ed pages of The Times, and reprinted in the Persian Heritage magazine,  New Jersey, USA.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2011, April-May Issue).  A perfect storm in the Middle East.  Previously published in the op/ed pages of The Times, and reprinted in the Ayeheh-e-Jahan magazine, San Marino, California.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2011, March 8).  A perfect storm in the Middle East.  Published in the op/ed pages of The Times, Northwest, Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2010, November 5).  Interfaith peace building: An Iranian-American perspective.  Proceedings of the Conference on Interfaith Peace Building: Global and Local Perspectives, published by Indiana University of School of Social Works, International Interfaith Initiative, and Danesh Institute, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2010, February 17).  Teaching and learning in the digital age (translated and published in Persian), Hamshahri, Tehran.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2010, February 2).  Teaching and learning in the digital age, The Times (op/ed pages).

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2009, May-June).  The world and media: From pigeon carriers to the digitally equipped pigeonsAyeneh-e-Jahan magazine (in Persian), California, pp. 20-22

Kamalipour, Y. R. (2008, November 12).  Obama needs to make U.S. cooperate with other nations, The Times (op/ed pages).

Kamalipour, Y. R. (2008, June 14).  Free press is vital to protect human rights, The Times (op/ed pages).

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2007, December).  Communication media and globalization: An Iranian perspectiveGlobal Media and Communication, vol. 3, no. 3, p. 340.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2007, December 13).  America’s good deeds overlooked around world.  Published in the op/ed pages of The Times.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2007, May 3).  Reason not Force:  The questions we should be asking about the Iraq war.  www.iranian.com.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2006, November 27).  Mass media and freedom in the digital age [resanehaye jam’e va a’zadi dar asre digital].  Hamshahri, Tehran.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2006, April 14).  US and Iran: Two major enemies with one goal [iran va amrica, do doshmane bozorg ba yek maqsade moshtarak].  Iran Time International, Washington, DC, p. 8.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2006, February 26).  Culture crash: U.S., Iran politics similar, which fuels conflict.  The Forum section of The Times, Northwest Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2006, February 22).  There is a limitwww.iranian.com.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2006, January-June).  The battle of the airwaves: The rise and proliferation of Iranian satellite TV channelsTransnational Broadcasting Studies (TBS), the American University, Cairo, Egypt.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2005, September 11). There are many consequences of war in IraqThe Times, Northwest Indiana, p. 13.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2005, January).  In the name of ideology: We use our fists more readily than our heads, www.ambassadors.net. Canada.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2004, October 31).  Arguments for Afghanistan, Iraq fall flatThe Times, Northwest Indiana, p. H6.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2004, October 27).  Easier said than done: Democracy and freedom in Iraq, www.iranian.com, San Francisco, California.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2004, September 30).  In the name of ideology: We use our fists more readily than our heads, www.iranian.com, San Francisco, California.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2004, July 1).  How to win enemies and alienate friends? www.iranian.com, San Francisco, California.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2004, July 11).  George Bush team: From wishful thoughts to frightening dream [teeme George Bush az roya ta kaboos].  JameJam Daily, Iran, p. 1.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2003, November 5).  Satellite televisions:  Sensational and Extreme [Televionhaye maahvare’i; efrati va jenjali], part II.  Entekhab Daily, Iran, p. 8.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2003, November 4).  Monologue in mass media [Takgooyi dar jame’ye rasaneh’i], part I.  Entekhab Daily, Iran, p. 8.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2003, Fall).  Iranian satellite TV channels as cultural mirrors (part II).  Persian-Heritage magazine, New Jersey, Vol. 8, No. 31, pp. 50-53.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2003, Summer).  Iranian satellite TV channels as cultural mirrors (part I).  Persian-Heritage magazine, New Jersey, Vol. 8, No. 30, pp. 50-54.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2003, Spring/Summer).  Objectivity, media freedom, and social responsibility: A Middle Eastern perspectiveMehregan Journal, Washington, DC, pp. 74-83.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2003, April 18-My 30).  The Los Angeles-based Iranian satellite TV channels and their impacts.  A seven-part series of articles published in the Iran Times International, Washington, DC, p. 8.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2003, March 31).  Cultural Mirrors: Iranian Satellite Channelswww.iranian.com.

Kamalipour, Y.R.  (2003, January 27).  Nothing can justify harming or killing innocent peoplePost-Tribune, Gary, Indiana, p. B3.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2003, January 26).  The United States as a global role modelThe Times, Munster, Indiana, p. H5.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2003, January 17).  Unusually ominous: U.S. image, war and terrorismwww.iranian.com.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2003, January).  My soul cries: Reflections on September 11www.ambassadors.net, Canada.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2001, October).  My soul cries: How do we rescue our lost human dignity? Asheghaneh magazine, Houston, Texas.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (2001, September 18).  My soul cries: How Do we rescue our lost human dignity? http://www.iranian.com.  A reaction piece to the September 11, 2001, terrorists’ attack.

Kamalipour, Y.R.  (2000, Autumn).  The TV Terrorist:  Media Images of Middle Easterners. Global Dialogue, 2(4), pp 87-96.

Kamalipour, Y.R.  (1999, Summer).  High school students’ perceptions of the Middle EastDanesh Bulletin, 3(4), pp. 29-32.

Kamalipour, Y. R., and Carilli, T.  (1999, April 25).  Cultural identity adds spice to the American melting potThe Times, Northwest Indiana, p. F-4.

Kamalipour, Y. R. (1999, Spring).  Iran at the cross-roads:  Image, identity, tolerance, and freedomPersian Heritage, 4(13), pp. 44-47, New Jersey, USA.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1999, February 28).  Western media spread negative images of Middle EastThe Times, Munster, Indiana, p. F-3.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1998, Winter).  From exotic to demonic:  Images of the Iranians in the U.S. mediaPersian Heritage, 3(12), pp. 28-32, New Jersey, USA.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1998, December 1).  Oil, mean people, dark skin, terrorism:  Mental images of the Middle East influence relationshipsThe Iranian, http://www.iranian.com/Opinion/Dec98/Mideast/index.html.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1998, November 30).  Through media, U.S. is culturally colonizing the whole planetThe Times, Munster, Indiana, p. A-7.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1998, November 29).  Students’ perceptions of Middle East are stereotypical–and wrongPost-Tribune, Gary, Indiana, p. H-2.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1998, September & October).  Images of the Iranians in the U.S. Media (A five-part series, in Farsi). Iran Times International, September 25, p. 9; October 2, p. 9; October 9, p. 9; October 16, p. 9; and October 23, p. 9.

Kamalipour, Y. R., and Mohsenian-Rad, M.  (1998, Summer).  Public Relations in Iran:  Toward a promising future [in Persian].  Honar-e Haftom:  A Quarterly Journal of Public Relations Studies and Research, 3(2), pp. 18-25, Tehran.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1998, Summer).  Image and perception:  The U.S. media portrayals of the IraniansDanesh Bulletin 2(3), pp. 19-23.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1998, August 11).  Window of opportunity: Images of Iranians in the U.S. mediaThe Iranian, http://www.iranian.com/Opinion/Aug98/Media/index.html.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1998, March).  Media, image, reality, and the Middle EastCIRA Bulletin 14 (1), pp.1-6.

Kamalipour, Y. R., & Rabbat, R.  (1997, December 28). “… Let there be light!”: Buddhists, Christians, Jews and Moslems share celebrations of ‘enlightenment’ at same time of yearThe Times, p. D-9, Munster, Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1997, August 18).  American media coverage of Iran and the Middle EastIran News, p. 11.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1997, Summer).  Public opinion under control [in Persian].  Rasaneh: A Quarterly Journal of Mass Media Studies and Research, 8(2), pp. 48-53, Tehran.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1997, Summer).  New communication technologies and their impact on contemporary societies: Concerns and prospects [in Persian].  Imam Sadegh University Research Quarterly, 4, pp. 79-96, Tehran.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1997, August 18).  American media coverage of Iran and the Middle EastIran News [Iran’s daily English-language newspaper].  p. 11.

Kamalipour, Y.R., & Mohsenian-Rad, M.  (1997, June). Public Relations in Iran:  From Persian Empire to Islamic Republic. International Public Relations Review, 19(3), pp. 27-31.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1996-97, Fall-Winter).  Mass media and the war of images in the communication age [in Persian].  Mehregan Journal,  5(3-4), pp. 145-52, Washington, DC.

Kamalipour, Y. R., W. L. Robinson, L. R. Willer, P. Jucevicience, V. Barsauskiene, and B. Janulevicute.  (1996, November).  University students’ media habits: A Lithuanian studyERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication Skills, Indiana University, Bloomington, Document #ED-404-694.

Kamalipour, Y. R. (1996, April 7).  Media provides the perceptions we have of other people, placesPost-Tribune, Gary, Indiana, op/ed pages.

Kamalipour, Y. R. (1996, November 1, 8, & 15).  The impact of mass media on world opinion [in Persian].  Iran Times International, Numbers 34, 35, 36, Washington, DC.

Kamalipour, Y. R. (1996, August).  Western media continue to wage “war of images” against Middle EastAljadid Magazine, 2(10), pp.15, 21, Los Angeles, CA.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1996, March).  Media, cultures, and stereotypesAljadid Magazine, 2(5), pp. 16 & 20, Los Angeles, CA.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1996, Winter).  The haves and have-nots [in Persian].  Rasaneh: A Quarterly Journal of Media Studies and Research, 6(4), pp. 21-25, Tehran.

Kamalipour, Y.R., L.R. Willer, W.L. Robinson, P. Jucevicience, V. Barsauskiene, and B. Janulevicute.  (1995, September).  University students’ media habits: A Lithuanian studyProceedings of the International Conference on Upgrading of the Social Sciences for the Development of Post-Socialist Countries, pp. 133-142, Kaunas, Lithuania.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1995, April 23).  College students shun reading for the lure of electronic mediaPost-Tribune, op/ed pages, Gary, Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R. (1995, Summer).  A review of Cees J. Hamelink’s book, The politics of world communication (1994).  London: Sage.  In The Journal of International Communication, pp. 155-57.

Kamalipour, Y. R., and M.B. O’Connor.  (1994, Fall).  Documentary television: A successful instructional approach for dual-level production courses.  Broadcast Education Association’s Feedback journal, 35(4), pp. 14-17.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1994, August 3).  American television in search of viewers and advertising [in Persian].  Kayhan Daily, Tehran.

Kamalipour, Y. R. (1994, May 2).  The brain drain:  What television is doing to usChicago Tribune.  Chicago, Illinois.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1994, April 21).  Culture and use of media alter learning atmosphere, attitudesPost-Tribune, op/ed pages, Gary, Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1993, Summer).  Internship procedure, performance, and assessment.  Broadcast Education Association’s Feedback journal, 34(3), pp. 25-27.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1993, Winter).  Television and culture: Human relations in electronic age [in Persian].  Rasaneh: A Quarterly Journal of Media Studies and Research, 3(4), pp. 63-66, Tehran.

Kamalipour, Y. R. (1992, August 13).  Education has become key to power, success. The Times.  Munster, Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1992, May 18).  Television shapes kids’ minds and undermines their learningPost-Tribune, op/ed pages, Gary, Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1992, Winter).  Broadcast education vs. vocational education: Punctuating the debate.  Broadcast Education Association’s Feedback journal, 33(4), pp 2-3.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1992, April).  Methods of Assessing Internship Performance. Abstracted in Resources in Education, ED 336 803.  Educational Resources Information Clearinghouse (ERIC) on Reading an Communication Skills.

Kamalipour, Y. R. and W.L. Robinson.  (1991, Spring).  Broadcast education in the United States: The most recent national survey.  Broadcast Education Association’s Feedback journal, 32(2), pp. 2-6.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1990, November).  Broadcast education: Fighting the trade school image.  Abstracted in Resources in Education, Educational Resources Information Clearinghouse (ERIC), ED #326 915.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1990, Spring).  A guide for video equipment buyers.  Broadcast Education Association’s Feedback journal, 31(2), p. 11.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1990, July 29).  Heavy television viewing complex, troublesomeThe Times, op/ed page, Hammond, Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1989, December 5).  Broadcasting is not all glamorThe Times, Hammond, Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1986, December 29).  Broadcast careers still growingThe Times, Hammond, Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1986, November 23).  Freedom requires a free flow of informationThe Times, Hammond, Indiana.

Kamalipour, Y. R.  (1985, December 16).  Press not free of government control in much of the worldThe Quincy Herald-Whig Sesquicentennial Edition.  Quincy, Illinois.

Kamalipour, Y. R., and J. Scheleppenbach.  (1985, May).  From stage to studio:  How to make a university stage do double duty for drama and TVEducational-Instructional Television, 17(5), pp. 98-102.

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