Publications

The Elite Assault Against the Weak—And Other Crimes Against Humanity,” Robert L. Terrell, Street Spirit, July 2004  (This issue of Street Spirit is exclusively composed of my articles and photographs to honor my six week exhibit of documentary photography in San Francisco’s Meridian Gallery)

“I Shoot the Street People,” Robert L. Terrell, San Francisco Bay View, June 30, 2004

Homeless Veterans:  Collateral Victims of Empire,” Robert L. Terrell, Street Spirit, May 2004 (text and photographs)

Shopping Carts and the Culture of Homelessness,” Robert L. Terrell, Street Spirit, April 2004 (text and photographs)

Women on the Streets:  Dangerous Lives and Premature Deaths,” Robert L. Terrell, Street Spirit, March 2004 (text and photographs)

The Warning Signs of Extreme Poverty,” Robert L. Terrell, Street Spirit, October, 2003

I Shoot the Street People,” Robert L. Terrell, Street Spirit, November, 2003.

The Elite Assault Against the Weak: And Other Crimes Against Humanity,” Robert L. Terrell, Street Spirit, December 2003,

The Jiangsu “Miracle”  Economic Development in China’s Most
Economically Developed, Robert L. Terrell, New World Press, Beijing, China, 2002

“China-Bashing Western Journalists,” Robert L. Terrell, Media Development, 3/1996

Robert L. Terrell, St. Louis Journalism Review, January 1991

The River of No Return, second edition, Cleveland Sellers and Robert L. Terrell, University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, Mississippi, 1990

“From Black Consciousness to Black Power, ” Cleveland Sellers and Robert Terrell, Eyes on the Prize Civil Rights Reader, Eds. Claybourne Carson, David J. Garrow, Gerald Gill, Vincent Harding, Darlene Clark Hine, Penguin Books, New York, 1991

“Tony Crews: Prisoner of Circumstances,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 9, No 6, July/August, 1990

“As Outlaws They Glory in Anti-Mainstream Behavior,” Robert L. Terrell, St. Louis Journalism Review, August 1990

“The Misuse of Power by the U.S. Elite: Mass Media Collaboration Invites Public Condemnation,” Robert L. Terrell, St. Louis Journalism Review, June 1990

“Glasnost, Perestroika and the U.S. Ruling Group,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 9, NO 1, January-February 1990

“Problematic Aspects of U.S. Press Coverage of Africa,” Robert  L. Terrell, Gazette, 43:131-153 (1989)

“World Can’t Judge West Berlin by its Cover,” Robert L. Terrell, Rocky Mountain News, September 14, 1989

“The German Democratic Republic: Confronting the ‘Winds of Change,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 8, No 7, September 1989

“Communication Fuels Revolt,” Robert L. Terrell, Rocky Mountain News, May 27, 1989

“The Voluntary Guidelines Threat to U.S. Press Freedom,” Robert L. Terrell and Kristina Ross, Mediated Portrayals of Terrorism, Eds. Yonah Alexander and Robert G. Picard, chapter, Pergamon Bassey’s International Defense Publisher’s scheduled for publication, 1990

“Terrorism, Censorship and the U.S. Press Corps,” Robert L. Terrell and Kristina Ross, Gazette, 42: 33-51 (1988)

Terror and the Press in Suriname, 1980-87,” Robert L. Terrell, Media Development, 4/1988

“Terrorism and the U.S. Press: The Voluntary Guideline Controversy,” (paper) Robert L. Terrell and Kristina Ross, The Terrorism & News Media Project of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications, Mass Communications and Society Division, Spring 1988

“Guidelines for U.S. Press Coverage of Terrorism,” Robert L. Terrell and Kristina Ross, Media Development, 34:32-33        (3/1987)

“Thoughts of a Divestment Activist,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 6, no 9, (9/1987)

“NWICO:  A Framework for Policy-Makers,” Robert L. Terrell
and Regina Koerner, Media Development, 34:25-27 (1/1987)

Book Review, Mass Communication, Culture and Society in
West Africa, edited by Frank Okwu Ogboajah, Jans Zell Publishers, London, 1985, Gazette, 38:201-205 (1986)

“Liberia: A Courageous Newspaper Fights On,” Robert L. Terrell, Media Development, 33:37-39 (4/1986)

Missing the Beat of the Revolution:  the U.S. Press Corps in South Africa,” Robert L. Terrell, Media Development, 36:  32-25 (3/1986)

“The First 25 Years of the Beijing Review: An Official Propaganda Organ of the Communist Party of the People’s Republic of China,” Robert L. Terrell, Gazette, 37 191-219   (1986)

Modernization and the Media in China,” Robert L. Terrell, Media Development, 36:2-5 (1/1986), reprint from Gazette 33:141-154 (1984)

“The South African Revolution,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 5, no 3, March 1986

“Some Thoughts on the New World Information Order Impasse,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 4, no 11, (11/1985)

Networking in Nairobi,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 4, no 9, September 1985

“Women, a Global Force for Change,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 4, no 7/8, August 1985

“South Africa Today, Tomorrow the World,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 4, no 6, June 1985

“East German Journalists Meet Americans,” Robert L. Terrell, St. Louis Journalism Review, Vol. 12, no 74, May 1985, 12-13

“The Generation Gap and the Death of Dialogue,” Robert L.Terrell, Share International, Vol. 4, no 4, April 1985

“Time to Reorganize Aid Strategies,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 4, no 4, April 1985

“A Building Block for Kenya’s Future,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 4, no 1/2, January/February 1985

“The East African Drought and Kenya’s Deepening Dilemma,” Robert L. Terrell, Share International, Vol. 4, no 12, December 1984

Book Review, Beijing Street Voices, Robert L. Terrell, US-China Review, Vol. VI, No. 2, March-April 1982

Book Review, Life at the Grassroots, ed., Su Wenming, Foreign Languages Press, Beijing, 1981, U.S.- China Review, Vol. VI, no 2, March-April 1981

“Press Coverage of the Attempted Assassination of President Ronald Reagan: The Virus of Violence,” Robert L. Terrell, Columbia Daily Tribune, April 5, 1981

“U.S. Press Coverage of the Iranian Hostage Crisis,” Robert L. Terrell, Columbia Daily Tribune, January 28, 1981

“The Potential Impact of the New Depression in Higher Education on Mid-Missouri Associated Colleges and Universities: 1980-1990,” Robert L. Terrell and Douglas Ensminger, MMACU Paper #1, March 1980
“The Supreme Court’s Ruling on the Stanford Daily,” Robert L. Terrell, The Saint Louis Journalism Review, Vol. 5, no 5, July 1978

American Mass Media Experience, ed., Robert L. Terrell, Waveland Press, Prospect Heights, Illinois, 1978

The River of No Return, Robert L. Terrell and Cleveland Sellers, William Morrow, New York, 1973

“The Radical Black Movement in Georgia,” Robert L. Terrell, Win Magazine, winter 1969

“Black Awareness Versus Negro Traditions: Atlanta University Center,” Robert L. Terrell, New South, Vol. 24, No. 1, winter 1969

“Loneliness” (poem), Robert L. Terrell, Negro Digest, 18:46, spring 1969
“The Algiers Motel Incident” (book review), Robert L. Terrell, Commonweal, October 18, 1968

“Poor People Goodbye: The Press Did You In,” Robert L. Terrell, Commonweal, 88: 453-4, July 12, 1968

“Fragmentation in Resurrection City,” Robert L. Terrell, Commonweal, 88: June 21, 1968

“The Inner Crisis of Black Youth,” Robert L. Terrell, Eye Magazine, winter 1968

“For Franz Fanon” (poem), Robert L. Terrell, Negro Digest, 17:65, Spring 1968

“Campus Sexual Repression,” Robert L. Terrell, The Great Speckled Bird, October 1968

“The Black Student Movement,” Robert L. Terrell, The Great Speckled Bird, October 1968

“The Algiers Motel Incident” (book review), Robert L. Terrell, Commonweal, October 18, 1968

“Tea Party” (short story), Robert L. Terrell, Evergreen Review, No. 61, December 1968

“Newark Blows Its Cool,” Robert L. Terrell, The National Guardian, July 22, 1967

“Did You Have a Garbage Can Christmas?” Robert L. Terrell, The Atlanta Voice, January 1, 1967