(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Nicoleta Cristea-Brunel

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Cristea-Brunel Nicoleta Romania Born on 12 June 1977 in Gaesti, Romania
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Geneva University, European Institute: M.A. in European Studies (September 2008).

Scholarly work and publications: 

The Swiss Issue: why isn’t Switzerland a member of The European Union? Journal of Political Analysis and Theory EuroPolis, No. 4/2008, pp. 385-388, Cluj- Napoca, Romania (2008).

La politique de communication de la Commission européenne: entre ambitions et réalité, Master’s Thesis, European Institute of the Geneva University, Geneva, Switzerland (2008).

L’influence de nouveaux médias sur la sphère politique et sur la démocratie représentative en Europe, Master of Advanced Studies Thesis, Paris X University, Department of Research and Training in Philosophy, Social and Human Sciences and Modelling, Paris, France (2004).

Perspective asupra politicii guvernamentale romanesti de informare publica si de constructie a imaginii, Master’s Thesis, University of Bucharest, Faculty of Journalism, Bucharest, Romania (2002).

Aspecte socio-morale in comediile lui I.L. Caragiale, B.A. Thesis, University of Bucharest, Faculty of Humanities, Bucharest, Romania (2000).

What the fellow says:

"My experience under the research fellowship has been most enriching. I have amassed genuinely useful theoretical and practical knowledge for use in my professional career."