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  1. Making sense of murder: Characterizing stories in social media groups
  2. Media events in an age of “cross-media”: a smartphone diary app study
  3. What characterize the rumors circulating on social media in Israel in the first wave of COVID-19?
  4. Diplomacy under fire: Engagement with governmental versus non-governmental messages on social media during armed conflicts
  5. A big-data analysis of the communication patterns of parliament members with the public on Facebook: top-down, non-inclusive and non-egalitarian
  6. Polarization of Deliberative and Participatory Activists on Social Media
  7. Joining and Gaining Knowledge From Digital Literacy Courses: How Perceptions of Internet and Technology Outweigh Socio-Demographic Factors
  8. The Dormant Volcano: Social Media and the Temple Mount, Jerusalem
  9. Writings on the City Wall
  10. Social Media Jurors: Conceptualizing and Analyzing Online Public Engagement in reference to Legal Cases
  11. Measuring Digital Literacy with Eye Tracking: An examination of skills and performance based on user gaze
  12. Watching participatory budgeting events or attending them produce different distributive outcomes
  13. Municipal Campaigns on Facebook: What influences the scope of engagement and does it win votes?
  14. News videos consumption in an age of new media: a comparison between adolescents and adults
  15. SNS Adoption for Consumer Active Information Search (AIS) - the Dyadic Role of Information Credibility
  17. Mobile applications in local government
  18. The long-term effects of digital literacy programs for disadvantaged populations: analyzing participants’ perceptions
  19. Police in social media: To protect and share?
  20. MPs on Facebook
  21. Silent Partners: How Politicians' Facebook Communication with Constituents is Mediated
  22. Top-down, Non-inclusive and Non-egalitarian
  23. Smartphones, text messages, and political participation
  24. Viewing diaries in an age of new media: An exploratory analysis of mobile phone app diaries versus paper diaries
  25. MPs and Audiences on Social Media during Emergencies: Automatic and Manual Content Analyses of Facebook Posts
  26. How important are new and mainstream media in protests?
  27. The igniter and the megaphone: Perceptions of Facebook’s role in activism
  28. Facilitating cross-cleavage communication online: Findings from interviews with ultra-Orthodox, religious, and secular participants
  29. Live, visual, social, and mobile: media ecology in emergencies and ordinary times
  30. How is social media portarayed in the mainstream media in emergencies?
  31. Coalition and opposition MPs on Facebook
  32. “Objection, Your Honor”
  33. Complementing or Substituting? News in an Era of Multiple Platforms and Second Screens
  34. Journalists who cross over to politics: perceived motivations, communicative and parliamentary salience
  35. MPs and Audiences on Social Media During Emergencies: Automatic and Manual Content Analyses of Facebook Posts
  36. Perceptions, Uses, Visual Aspects, and Consequences of Social Media Campaigning: Lessons from Municipal Facebook Campaigning, Israel 2013
  37. Writings on the City Wall
  38. How is the content in parlamentarians' FB pages generated?
  39. Administrating social media: The significance of managers
  40. M-governments in the local level: An exploratory study
  41. The third-person effect on Facebook: The significance of perceived proficiency
  42. Uses and Gratifications: Evidence for Various Media
  43. Looks That Matter
  44. Does Facebook Campaigning assist the more established forces or the more marginalized parties?
  45. User comments and public opinion: Findings from an eye-tracking experiment
  46. Online Communities of Practice: Social or Cognitive Arenas?
  47. Social Media and the City: Analyzing Conversations in Municipal Facebook Pages
  48. Deliberating through the radio: a preliminary assessment
  49. Local engagement online: Municipal Facebook pages as hubs of interaction
  50. Studying the coevolution of social distance, offline- and online contacts
  51. Uses and gratifications of members of communities of practice
  52. ‘Well-Done, Mr. Mayor!'
  53. Equalization of What? Status, Expertise, and Tenure in Virtual Communities of Practice
  54. Campaigning Online, Locally
  55. Campaigning Online, Locally
  56. Managers and members in online communities of practice
  57. Promoting online deliberation quality: cognitive cues matter
  58. Gaps close, gaps open: a repeated cross-sectional study of the scope and determinants of the ethnic digital divide
  59. Cleavages and Links
  60. Communities, Crowds and Focal Sites: Fine-Tuning the Theoretical Grounding of Collaboration Online
  61. Another flew over the digital divide: internet usage in the Arab-Palestinian sector in Israel during municipal election campaigns, 2008
  62. "Let Us Talk to People, Not to Computers": Obstacles for Establishing Relationships and Trust in Social Workers’ Online Communities of Practice
  63. YouTube Usage in Low-Visibility Political Campaigns
  64. MK websites and the personalization of Israeli politics
  65. Campaigning Online: Use of the Internet by Parties, Candidates and Voters in National and Local Election Campaigns in Israel
  66. Studying the ethical implications of e-trust in the lab
  67. Engaging the Disengaged: Collective Action, Media Uses, and Sense of (Virtual) Community by Evacuees From Gush Katif
  68. Group and Dyadic Communication in Trust Games
  69. Internet-Based Collaborations and Their Political Significance
  70. The Democratizing Effects of Search Engine Use: On Chance Exposures and Organizational Hubs
  71. Internet : la main invisible de la délibération