Main Publications

 


 

 

Dr Maia Nadareishvili, the founder and director of BRAMS (British and American Studies) Institute, is the author of twelve books (including nine monographs), more than 30 academic articles (ten of them published in the International peer-reviewed and refereed journals), over 200 feature articles and interviews; co-author of three books (selected publications by Georgian journalists); editor of several multilingual editions (in English, Russian, and Georgian languages).

 

MONOGRAPHS

  • Fiesta: Presidential Elections in the Mirror of the American Press (1997)
  • Diversity of Headline in the American Print Media (1999)
  • Alpha & Omega of Publicistic Writing Skills (2002)
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall (2008)
  • The Media & Political Image (2011)
  • Political Communications (2019)
  • The Theory of Success: Between the Spatula and the State (2019)
  • The Media Strategy of Political Stereotypes (2019)
  • The Headline in the Modern Media (2019)
  • The Architectonics of a Media Text (2019)

 

BOOKS

  • Where Music Reigns Supreme (2006)
  • The Vocalises (2005)
  • The Map of Georgia Kept in the Chest Pocket (2004)
  • Footprints 3 (2002) (selected publications by Georgian journalists)
  • Footprints 2 (2001) (selected publications by Georgian journalists)
  • Footprints (2000) (selected publications by Georgian journalists)

 

ACADEMIC ARTICLES

  • Evolution of caption, peer-reviewed academic journal BRAMS, Vol. 1, British and American Studies Institute at Grigol Robakidze University, Tbilisi: 2019
  • The impact of Evita stereotype on the status of women in Latin America, Journal of American Studies (No. 20), Institute of American Studies (IAS) at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2019
  • A psychological and political analysis of crime, Scientific-Practical Journal Criminologist, Georgian Academy of Criminology Sciences, 24-26 May 2019
  • Freedom of the media and the human right to be lazy, Journal of Gelati Academy of Sciences, N3-4 March-April, Kutaissi: Publishing House Intellect, 2019
  • Politics behind the hijab, Journal of Gelati Academy of Sciences, N1-2 January-February, Kutaissi: Publishing House Intellect, 2019
  • The concept of Spirit of the Time: from Amexit to Brexit, International Journal Philosophical and Theological Reviewer, Issue 8, Institute of Philosophy at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2018
  • Theory of Success and the woman’s position in the US, Journal of American Studies (No. 19), Institute of American Studies (IAS) at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2018
  • The media, memetics and the hyperinformedness syndrome of society, Caucasus International University Herald, Tbilisi: Publishing House Universal, 2011, #3, pp. 142-147, 206, 218, 229
  • Two new American bills introduced for the legal regulation of the media, Caucasus International University Herald, Tbilisi: Publishing House Universal, 2011, #3, pp. 92-100, 203, 215, 226-227
  • The citizen journalists in the modern media, Caucasus International University Herald, Tbilisi: Publishing House Universal, 2010, #2, pp. 51-55
  • The compositional ribs of the media text, Caucasus International University Herald, Tbilisi: CIU Editorial Office, 2009, #1, pp. 143-148
  • The dawn of the French political press, Scientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 11, Tbilisi: 2008, pp. 79-82
  • The image of a leader in the media, Scientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 9, Tbilisi: 2006, pp. 55-57
  • The press council in the Netherlands, Scientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 8, Tbilisi: 2005, pp. 97-100
  • The American media as a symbol of freedomScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 7, Tbilisi: 2005, pp. 99-102
  • Western individualism: the day after tomorrowJournal of American Studies (No. 4), the Georgian Association for American Studies (GAAS), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2005
  • Bill Clinton’s My LifeScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 6, Tbilisi: 2004, pp. 89-95
  • Two black Fridays of two different centuries in the American Media, Journal of American Studies (No. 3), the Georgian Association for American Studies (GAAS), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2004, pp. 208-213
  • Hillary Clinton and the American mediaScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 5, Tbilisi: 2003, pp. 59-62
  • Political shadows beside the presidents of the USScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 3, Tbilisi: 2003, pp. 57-64
  • The media and the stereotypes of political leaders«Philosophical Problems of the Media» (collected articles of the scientific conference), World Philosophy Day at UNESCO, Tbilisi, 2003, pp. 55-60
  • The role of the American media in shaping the images of politiciansJournal of American Studies (No. 2), the Georgian Association for American Studies (GAAS), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2003, pp. 277-279
  • The press and the political symbolsScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 3, Tbilisi: 2002, pp. 88-91
  • The art of finishing a news storyScientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 2, Tbilisi: 2002, pp. 40-42
  • How the media Shapes the image of political figuresRepublican Scientific Conference of the Georgian Universities at Tbilisi State University (Abstracts), Journalism (Vol. 10), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2002, pp. 14-16
  • Three main types of the headline in the modern American press, Tbilisi University Works, Vol.336, Journalism, Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2002, pp. 73-89
  • Italian ‘fine’ and American ‘ending’Scientific journal «Journalistic Researches», Vol. 1, Tbilisi: 2001, pp. 34-36
  • Diversity of headline in the Italian and American print media, Republican Scientific Conference of the Georgian Universities at Tbilisi State University (collected articles of the scientific conference), Journalism (Vol. 9), Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2001, pp. 83-87
  • Diversity of headline in modern American magazines, History & Philology (Collection of the Scientific Researches), Vol. 2, Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2000, pp. 945-953
  • Publicistic parallels between the Italian and American press, History & Philology (Collection of the Scientific Researches), Vol. 2, Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2000, pp. 938-944
  • The sensational headline, Bulletin of the Georgian Academy of Sciences, Volume 162, Number 4, Tbilisi, 2000, p. 55-56
  • The ending of a publicistic text (According to the modern American press),  Collection of the Scientific Researches «Sazrisi», Jacob Gogebashvili National Institute of Educational Sciences, Vol. 3, Tbilisi: Publishing House «Tsis Nami», 2000, pp. 104-109
  • The lead in the news stories, Collection of the Scientific Researches «Sazrisi», Jacob Gogebashvili National Institute of Educational Sciences, Vol. 2, Tbilisi: Publishing House «Tsis Nami», 1999, pp. 53-57