"Gendering Political Conflict: Gender Perception and Public Opinion in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict"
Prof. Ifat Maoz
“Mediated Public Intimacy”: Practices of Popular Media in Establishing Intimacy with Audiences
From Complaint to Correction: Public Discontent as a Mechanism for Constructing Media Accountability
Shira Dvir Gvirsman
Psychological and communicational aspects of selective military service refusal in Israel 2001-2007
Media Wars: reciprocal representations of competing media
Political Message Targeting Within and Without: How do Israeli Leaders Present the Conflict within a Changing Media Environment?
The Cinematic Logic of the Nazi Death Camp and Its Influence on Modern Post War Cinema
Interrelations between Collective Narratives, Personal Narratives, and Continuous Involvement of Israeli-Jews in Dialogue Processes with Palestinians in Israel.
'Isolated': The mobile phone, between connection and severing, extension and truncation.
Competing Over Frames of Terrorism in the Foreign News Media: A Study in Public Diplomacy
Completed 2012, now Assistant Professor at the School of Communication, IDC, Herzliya