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دکتر احسان شاه قاسمی

 

Curriculum Vitae

Ehsan Shahghasemi

Assistant Professor

Department of Communication

University of Tehran

Education

1997 graduation from high school in major Mathematics & Physics

2003 BA in Mechanics of Agricultural Machinery, University of Shiraz

2008 MA in Communication, University of Shiraz. Thesis: Liquid Love, Pre-Marriage Relations in Dual Spaced World of the Iranian Young Internet User.

2015 PhD in Communication, University of Tehran. Dissertation: Cross Cultural Schemata American People have of Iranians.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Persian

Shahghasemi, E. (2006). A Review on the Effects of Cyberspace on Change in Communication Theories. Global Media Journal, (Persian Edition), NO.2.

Rabiei, A., Shahghasemi, E. (2008). The Role of Communication in Crisis Management. Communication and Culture, NO.7

Rabiei, A., Shahghasemi, E. (2009). I don’t Trust Anyone: A Research on Consequences of Internet –Based Relationships, Global Media Journal (Persian edition), No 7.

Kousari, M., Shahghasemi, E. (2009). Interactivity in a Computer Game: Call of Duty, 2009, Iranian Journal of Cultural Research, No 7: 1-19.

Montazer Ghaem, M., Shahghasemi, E. (2009). Internet va taghyirate ejtemaei dar Iran: Negahi fara-tahlili ba takid bad javanan (Internet and Social Change in Iran: A Meta-Analytical Approach Emphasizing the Youth). Iranian Journal of Sociology, 9(3&4) 120-142.

Rabiei, A., Shahghasemi, E. (2009). Social and Individual Pathology of the Iranian Virtual Relations. The Social Welfare Journal. 11-32.

Sultani, A., Shahghasemi, E. (2010). Will This Man Get the Bomb? In Cooperation with Professor Ali Sultani, Global Media Journal (Persian Edition), fall 2010.

Shahghasemi, E., Masoumi, H. (2014). Reportazh Agahi dar Iran (Advertorials in Iran). Communication and Culture, (In Press).

Shahghasemi, E. (2014). Padidar Shenasie Paul Virilio (Phenomenology of Paul Virilio). Global Media Journal (Persian Edition), Spring 2014 (In Press).

 

English

Shahghasemi, E., & Heisey, D. R. (January 01, 2009). The Cross-Cultural Schemata of Iranian-American People Toward Each Other: A Qualitative Approach. Intercultural Communication Studies, 18, 1, 143-160.

Shahghasemi, E. (2009). Is Persian Language Vanishing? In Annals of Language and Learning Proceedings of the 2009 International Online Language Conference (IOLC 2009). By Azadeh Shafaei and Mehran Nejati (Eds.). Florida: Universal-Publishers, pp 69-77, 2009.

Shahghasemi, E., Heisey, D. R., & Mirani, G. (October 01, 2011). How do Iranians and U.S. Citizens perceive each other: A systematic review. Journal of Intercultural Communication, 27.

Shahghasemi, E., Bonyad, T. (2011). Internet and political change in Iran: Nature or content? Amity Journal of Media and Communication Studies, 1(1), 41-46.

Shahghasemi, E., Tafazzoli, B. (2013). Scrabble the Face of Your Opponent: Iranian Blogger's Endeavour to Discursively Undermine Ahmadi Nejad's legitimacy. Online International Journal of Arts and Humanities, 2(8), 198-207.

Shahghasemi, E., Tafazzoli, B., Akhavan, M., Mirani, G. & Khairkhah, T. (2013). Electronic Government in Iran: A Case Study. Online Journal of Social Sciences Research, 2(9), 254-262.

Shahghasemi, E., Tafazzoli, B. (2013). Cross Cultural Schemata: How Do Iranian Bloggers View the American People? Online International Journal of Arts and Humanities, 2(7), 182-188.

Shahghasemi, E., Masoumi, H., Akhavan, M. & Tafazzoli, B. (2015). Liquid Love in Iran: A Mixed Method Approach. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(1), 138-144.

Shahghasemi, E., Akhavan, M. (2015). Confessions of academic ghost authors: The Iranian experience, SageOpen.

Translations

Williams, K. (2003). Understanding media theory. London: Arnold. In Cooperation with Goodarz Mirani. (The Persian translation was published by Jame’e Shenasan Publications in 2013).

Cobley, P. (2006). Communication theories: Critical concepts in media and cultural studies. London [u.a.: Routledge. (Published in 2009 by Institute for Social and Cultural Studies).

Smith, N. (2005). The endgame of globalization. New York: Routledge. (An abbreviated translation of this book was published by the National Center for Globalization Studies in 2006).

Van Rooy, A. (2004). The global legitimacy game: Civil society, globalization, and protest. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire England: Palgrave Macmillan. (An abbreviated translation of this book was published by the National Center for Globalization Studies in 2006).

Edelman, M., & Haugerud, A. (2005). The anthropology of development and globalization: From classical political economy to contemporary neoliberalism. Malden, Mass: Blackwell Pub. (An abbreviated translation of this book was published by the National Center for Globalization Studies in 2007).

Waterman, P. (2001). Globalization, social movements and the new internationalisms. London: Continuum. (An abbreviated translation of this book was published by the National Center for Globalization Studies in 2007).

Jowett, G., O'Donnell, V., & Jowett, G. (2006). Readings in propaganda and persuasion: New and classic essays. Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications. Will Be Published by Research Center of IRIB Radio.

Internet Fantasy Violence: A Test of Aggression in an Online Game, by Dmitri Williams & Marko Skoric, in An Introduction to Computer Games (Daramadai bar Bazihaye Rayane ei) (eds), Masoud Kowsari, 2008, Salman Publications.

Cantoni, L., & Tardini, S. (2006). Internet. London: Routledge. (Persian translation was published in 2012 by Amir Kabir Publications.

Perse, E. M. (2000). Media effects and society. Mahwah, N.J: L. Erlbaum Associates. (The book was translated in cooperation with profesor Montazer Ghaem and will be published by IRIB in 2014)..

Foster, J. B., & McChesney, R. W. (2004). Pox Americana: Exposing the American empire. New York: Monthly Review Press. (The Persian translation was published in 2012 by Amir Kabir Publications).

Rodgers, N., & Thompson, M. (2005). Philosophers behaving badly. London: Peter Owen. (The Persian translation will be published in 2014 by Amir Kabir Publications).

Tagg, S., Stevenson, A., & Vescovi, T. (2012). New developments in online marketing. London: Routledge.

Lewis, J. (2014). Essential cinema: An introduction to film analysis. Boston, MA: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.

Donsbach, W. (2008). The international encyclopedia of communication. [Sections on media philosophy] Malden, MA: Blackwell Pub.

Conferences

Inside Iran

Shahghasemi, E. (2008). Violence in Computer Games and Its Effect on the Violence Expression in the Real World, The First Symposium on Video Games and Media, Tehran, Faculty of Social Sciences, February 2008, Tehran.

Shahghasemi, E. (2008). International Workshop on "Institutional process and initiatives for developing country positions for WTO Negotiations"‎ Hosted by Iranian Research Organization for Science and Technology (IROST), October 2008, Tehran.

Shahghasemi, E. (2010). Media, Security and Investment: Priorities and Strategies. In cooperation with Mir Hassan Azari and Seyedeh Hosna Masoumi. National Conference on Security and Investment. February 2010, Tabriz, Iran.

Shahghasemi, E. (2011). Love Online: Zygmunt Bauman and Liquid Love. In cooperation with Zygmunt Bauman. Discourse of Love in the Contemporary era. October 2011, Tehran, Iran.

Shahghasemi, E. (2013). Internet, Cyber Content and Children. Tehran Conference on National Content. January 2013, Tehran, Iran.

Shahghasemi, E. (2008). The problem of Zygmunt Bauman. Third Seminar on Key Thinkers, University of Tehran

Outside Iran

Shahghasemi, E. (2008). The Public Sphere in the Iranian TV: The Case of Goft-o-Gooye-Vijeye- Kabari, May 2008, The 6th International Conference on Communication in Millennium, Istanbul, Turkey.

Shahghasemi, E., Heisey, D. R. (2008). The cross-cultural schemata of Iranian-American people toward each other: A qualitative approach, November 2008, International Conference on Intercultural Communication, Louisville- Kentucky, USA.

Shahghasemi, E., Tafazzoli, B. (2009). Intercultural Demonization on the Web: A Qualitative Approach to the Iranian Blogsphere, "Societies Under Siege:  Media, Government, Politics and Citizens' Freedoms in an Age of Terrorism” Conference, April 2009 Istanbul, Turkey.

Shahghasemi, E., Heisey, D. R., & Mirani, G. (2009). Iranians, Americans,  Beyond the Media Construct. In cooperation with D. R. Heisey from Kent State University and Goudarz Mirani from the University of Tehran. Challenges to the Present Order Conference, April 2009, Netherlands.

Shahghasemi, E., Heisey, D. R. (2008). The cross-cultural schemata of Iranian-American people toward each other: A qualitative approach. The 8th International Conference on the Intercultural Communication Between China and World, June 2009, Beijing, China.

Shahghasemi, E. (2009). Is Persian Language Vanishing? The second International Online Conference on Language, Jul 2009.

Shahghasemi, E. (2009). Workshop on Islam-West mutual discourses, June and July 2009, London, UK

Shahghasemi, E., Heisey, D. R., & Mirani, G. (2009). Iranians, Americans: Beyond the Media Construct. Midwest CIES 2009 Conference, October 2009, Ohio, U.S.A.

Fisher, D., Shahghasemi, E. & Heisey, D. R. (2009). A Comparative Rhetorical Analysis of the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso. Midwest CIES 2009 Conference, Ohio, U.S.A.

Shahghasemi, E. (2010). The Image of the Other: Cross Cultural Schemata Iranian Bloggers have of American People. International Communication and Media Conference 2010. June 2010, Malacca, Malaysia.

Fisher, D., Shahghasemi, E. & Heisey, D. R. (2009). A Comparative Rhetorical Analysis of the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso. International Communication and Media Conference 2010. June 2010, Malacca, Malaysia.

Montazer Ghaem, M., Shahghasemi, E. (2010).The Role of ICTs in the Scientific Development of Developing Countries, Xth International scientific conference MANAGEMENT of XXI CENTURY: Efficiency, Quality and Sustainable Development, November 2010, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

Shahghasemi, E. (2010). Education, Development, and Development via Education: The Case of Talimat e Ahayer in Iran, Xth International scientific conference MANAGEMENT of XXI CENTURY: Efficiency, Quality and Sustainable Development, November 2010, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

Shahghasemi, E., (2011). Workshop on Securely Exchanging Information Through Technology, Held by Development Research Center, Miami, Florida, March 2011, Jaipur, India.

Shahghasemi, E., (2011). Workshop on Journalism. University of Ibne Sina December 2011, Kabul, Afghanistan.

Ameli, S. R., Shahghasemi, E. (2012). Domination Hate Model of Intercultural Relations (DHMIR). CSIR Second Annual Conference on Information & Religion, Kent State University, USA.

 

Books

Persian

Kousari, M., Shahghasemi, E., et al. (2010). An Introduction to Video and Computer Games (Daramadi bar Bazihaye Videoyi va Rauanei). Tehran: Salman Publication.

Shahghasemi, E. (2014). Safare Ghandehar: Jeme’e va Resane dar Afghanestan (Journey to Kandahar: Media and Society in Afghanistan). Paris: Utopia. 

English

Ameli, S. R., Mohseni, E., Shahghasemi, E., & Rahimpour, M. (2011). Getting the message: The recurrence of hate crimes in the UK. Wembley: Islamic Human Rights Commission.

Ameli, S. R., Merali, A. M., & Shahghasemi, E. (2012). France and the hated society: Muslim experiences.

Book Chapters

Persian

Shahghasemi, E. (2013). Internet and Children. In National Content in Cyberspace, Pages: 435-461. Tehran: Sazman e Asnad va Ketabkhane Meli Iran.

English

Heisey, D. R., Shahghasemi, E. (2013). Prosser, M. H. (2013). Finding cross-cultural common ground. S.l.: Dignity Press.

Teaching Experience

BA

T.A., Philosophy of the Media, Spring 2007, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cyberspace, Fall 2007, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Philosophy of the Media, Fall 2008, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Philosophy of the Media, Fall 2009, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Sociology of Media Organizations, Fall 2009, Professor Abbas Kazemi, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cyberspace, Spring 2010, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Sociology of Media Organizations, Spring 2010, Professor Abbas Kazemi, University of Tehran.

T.A., Philosophy of the Media, Fall 2010, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cyberspace, Spring 2011, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Philosophy of the Media, Fall 2011, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cyberspace, Spring 2012, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Philosophy of the Media, Fall 2013, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., History of Communication Development, Fall 2013, Professor Ali Rabiei, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cyberspace, Spring 2014, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

Analytical History of Communication in Iran, University of Tehran.

MA

T.A., Cyberspace, Fall 2009, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Intercultural Communication, Spring 2010, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cyberspace, Fall 2010, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Intercultural Communication, Spring 2011, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cyberspace, Fall 2011, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Sociology of Cinema, Fall 2011, Professor Azam Ravadrad, University of Tehran.

T.A., Intercultural Communication, Spring 2012, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cyberspace, Fall 2012, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Intercultural Communication, Spring 2013, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Communication Crisis, Spring 2013, Professor Ali Rabiei, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cyberspace, Fall 2013, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Introduction to North American Studies, Fall 2013, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Intercultural Communication, Spring 2014, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Communication Crisis, Spring 2014, Professor Ali Rabiei, University of Tehran.

T.A., Introduction to North American Studies, Fall 2014, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

Cyberspace, Fall 2013, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

PhD

T.A., Cybercultures, Spring 2013, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cybercultures, Fall 2013, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Problem and Problem Solving, Spring 2014, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

T.A., Cybercultures, Fall 2014, Professor Saied Reza Ameli, University of Tehran.

 

Research Projects

A member of the working team on the Virtual City of Tehran, under the sponsorship of the municipality of Tehran 2008-2009.

A member of the working team on Science and Humanities in the Iranian-Islamic Civilization, 2009-2010.

A member of the working team on Mutual Discourses Between Islam and the West Project, 2009-2012.

A member of the working team on The Minorities Rights in the Western Society. 2010-2011.

A member of the working team on The Cultural City of Tehran. 2010-2011.

A member of the working team on Cyber Pathology of the Iranian Cyberspace, 2010.

Manager, Iranian TV in the Mind of Iranian Facebook Users, 2012-

 

Other Academic Activities

Member of International Academy for Intercultural Research

Member of International Communication Association

Head of the Website of the Department of Communications at the University of Tehran (2005- onward)

Technical Manager of the Website of Global Media Journal (2005-2007)

Managing the weblog "The Persian Communications" (2004-)

Top student at the Department of Communications, the University of Tehran

Second ranked in the national entrance exam for MA program

Reviewer of the International Journal of Intercultural Relations

MA thesis on Liquid Love among the Iranian Internet Users (marked 19.5)

Member of the board and editor for communication service of Farasoo

Research expert at Vice President of Policy and Planning, University of Tehran 2009

Senior researcher at Cyberspace Research Policy Center

First ranked at the PHD entrance exam in Communications, University of Tehran, 2009

Top student in PHD program at the University of Tehran.

Persian

Kousari, M., Shahghasemi, E., et al. (2010). An Introduction to Video and Computer Games (Daramadi bar Bazihaye Videoyi va Rauanei). Tehran: Salman Publication.

Shahghasemi, E. (2014). Safare Ghandehar: Jeme’e va Resane dar Afghanestan (Journey to Kandahar: Media and Society in Afghanistan). Paris: Utopia. 

English

Ameli, S. R., Mohseni, E., Shahghasemi, E., & Rahimpour, M. (2011). Getting the message: The recurrence of hate crimes in the UK. Wembley: Islamic Human Rights Commission.

Ameli, S. R., Merali, A. M., & Shahghasemi, E. (2012). France and the hated society: Muslim experiences.

Book Chapters

Persian

Shahghasemi, E. (2013). Internet and Children. In National Content in Cyberspace, Pages: 435-461. Tehran: Sazman e Asnad va Ketabkhane Meli Iran.

English

Heisey, D. R., Shahghasemi, E. (2013). Prosser, M. H. (2013). Finding cross-cultural common ground. S.l.: Dignity Press.

Research Projects

A member of the working team on the Virtual City of Tehran, under the sponsorship of the municipality of Tehran 2008-2009.

A member of the working team on Science and Humanities in the Iranian-Islamic Civilization, 2009-2010.

A member of the working team on Mutual Discourses Between Islam and the West Project, 2009-2012.

A member of the working team on The Minorities Rights in the Western Society. 2010-2011.

A member of the working team on The Cultural City of Tehran. 2010-2011.

A member of the working team on Cyber Pathology of the Iranian Cyberspace, 2010.

Manager, Iranian TV in the Mind of Iranian Facebook Users, 2012-