Publications

Refereed Publications

Shirvani, Sheida, and Das, Purba (2013). Discourse of Muslim identity in the context of the French Hijab ban.  Ohio Communication Journal.  51, 257-276.

Shirvani, Sheida (Spring 2011). Women of the “Sandwich” generation and multiple roles: The case of immigrant women. Journal in Media Study. Beta.

Shirvani, Sheida (2007). The politics of Hijab: Culture tradition of weapon and power. Ohio Communication Journal, 45,107-129.

Shirvani, Sheida, Aman, James, and Brent Wilson (2007). Evolving from Traditional to Hybrid: Placing Presentations into Context for Students. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 23 (2), 9-15.

Shirvani, S., Aman, A., and Wilson, B. (2007). Maintaining Lecture context in a blended course. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges. 24 (1), 12-17.

Shirvani, Sheida, and Aman, James. (Spring 2006). Dick and Jane online: Implications of gender differences for distance learning. AURCO Journal. 185-195.

Shirvani, Sheida, and Aman, James. (February 2006). Dick and Jane online: Considering online coursework. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 21 (3), 131-138.

Shirvani, Sheida (Spring, 2002). Uses of technology and distance learning. International Journal Of Educational Learning., pp. 12-17.

Shirvani, Sheida (July, 2002). Women behind the veil. Feminist Media Studies. pp. 47-50.

Shirvani, Sheida, (Fall 2001). Gender politics in the academy. In Feminist Con/text: The Newsletter of the Feminist Scholarship Division of the International Communication Association (www.icahdq.org/divisions/feminist/context/Indexpage.htm).

Shirvani, Sheida. (1999). Effective interviewing. The Journal of Computing in Small Colleges, 15 (1), 86-90.

Shirvani, Sheida (February 28, 1978). Nutrition Lab Offers Conference on Foods. Lincoln Horizon, 2.

Shirvani, Sheida. (January 24, 1978). Adult Center Program Aimed at Foreign Students. Lincoln Horizon, 2.

Shirvani, Sheida. (December 27, 1977). LU – Dead after dark? Lincoln Horizon, 1.

Shirvani, Sheida. (November 22, 1977). Iranian women fight for equal rights too. Lincoln
Horizon, 1-2.

Non-refereed publication

Shirvani, S. & Caples, C. (October 23-27, 2004). Role of women in the “NEW” Appalachian generation, past and present: The role of women in the Appalachian culture. The Women of Appalachia. Their Heritage and Accomplishments. Zanesville Ohio.

Shirvani, S. & Mattchet, M. (October 25-26, 2002). High context culture: Communication in Appalachian women’s culture. The Women of Appalachia. Their Heritage and Accomplishments. Zanesville Ohio.

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