'Behind every righteous man there is a working woman' , Entrepreneurship among religious mothers: the case study of Jewish Israeli ultra- Orthodox mothers, wives of Kollel students, who established a business enterprise.
Advisors: Prof. Esther Schely-Newman and Dr. Rivka Neriya Ben Shahar
I am a PhD candidate in the department of communication and journalism at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. My dissertation, advised by Prof. Limor Shifman and Dr. Zohar Kampf, deals with the use of ironic humor in processes of collective identity construction in digital participatory spheres. My research interests are new media, collective identity, gender, queer studies and humor.
2014- present The Hebrew University of Jerusalem , Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Communication and Journalism, Ironic Humor and Collective Identity in Digital Participatory Spheres Supervisors: Prof. Limor Shifman & Dr. Zohar Kampf
2013- present The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Ph.D. candidate, Dept. of Communication and Journalism Ironic Humor and Collective Identity in Digital Participatory Spheres
Supervisors: Dr. Zohar Kampf & Prof. Limor Shifman
2012 - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem MA in Communication and Journalism - Magna Cum Laude Internet Memes and the Construction of Collective Identity: The Case of ‘It Gets Better’
2010 - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem BA (Hons) in Hebrew Literature and Communication and Journalism
Gal, N. (forthcoming). Internet Memes. In: Sage Encyclopedia of the Internet. (Invited contribution)
Gal, N., Shifman, L. and Kampf, Z. (2016). 'It Gets Better': Internet memes and the construction of collective identity. New Media & Society, 18(8), 1698-1714. DOI: 10.1177/1461444814568784
Gal, N. (2011). The Use of Interpersonal and Internal Discussion Tools in Narratives of Lesbian Sexual Identity Formation. Mifgash, 33, 167-192. (Hebrew)