Elad Segev
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Social media and the Arab Spring: Politics comes first
G Wolfsfeld, E Segev, T Sheafer
The International Journal of Press/Politics 18 (2), 115-137, 2013
5162013
Google and the digital divide: The bias of online knowledge
E Segev
Elsevier, 2010
1012010
Families and networks of internet memes: The relationship between cohesiveness, uniqueness, and quiddity concreteness
E Segev, A Nissenbaum, N Stolero, L Shifman
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (4), 417-433, 2015
742015
Exploring new web-based tools to identify public interest in science
A Baram-Tsabari, E Segev
Public understanding of science 20 (1), 130-143, 2011
742011
Digital Diplomacy 2.0? A Cross-national Comparison of Public Engagement in Facebook and Twitter
R Kampf, I Manor, E Segev
The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 10 (4), 331–362, 2015
712015
Seeking science information online: Data mining Google to better understand the roles of the media and the education system
E Segev, A Baram-Tsabari
Public understanding of science 21 (7), 813-829, 2012
542012
Popular searches in Google and Yahoo!: a “digital divide” in information uses?
E Segev, N Ahituv
The information society 26 (1), 17-37, 2010
542010
Visible and invisible countries: News flow theory revised
E Segev
Journalism 16 (3), 412-428, 2015
522015
America’s Selfie: How the US Portrays Itself on its Social Media Accounts
I Manor, E Segev
Digital Diplomacy: Theory and Practice, 2015
522015
Automatic jargon identifier for scientists engaging with the public and science communication educators
T Rakedzon, E Segev, N Chapnik, R Yosef, A Baram-Tsabari
PloS one 12 (8), e0181742, 2017
352017
Mapping diversities and tracing trends of cultural homogeneity/heterogeneity in cyberspace
E Segev, N Ahituv, K Barzilai-Nahon
Journal of Computer-mediated communication 12 (4), 1269-1297, 2007
322007
The conditional nature of value-based proximity between countries: Strategic implications for mediated public diplomacy
T Sheafer, PBN Bloom, SR Shenhav, E Segev
American Behavioral Scientist 57 (9), 1256–1276, 2013
312013
America's global standing according to popular news sites from around the world
E Segev, M Blondheim
Political Communication 30 (1), 139-161, 2013
312013
Mapping the international: Global and local salience and news-links between countries in popular news sites worldwide
E Segev
International Journal of Internet Science 5 (1), 48-71, 2010
292010
A Systematic Procedure for Detecting News Biases: The Case of Israel in European News Sites
E Segev, R Miesch
International Journal of Communication 5, 1947-1966, 2011
242011
The half-life of a “teachable moment”: The case of Nobel laureates
A Baram-Tsabari, E Segev
Public Understanding of Science 24 (3), 326-337, 2015
212015
The prominence of weak economies: Factors and trends in global news coverage of economic crisis, 2009–2012
M Blondheim, E Segev, MÁ Cabrera
International Journal of Communication 9, 22, 2015
212015
Temporal patterns of scientific information-seeking on Google and Wikipedia
E Segev, AJ Sharon
Public understanding of science 26 (8), 969-985, 2017
192017
Search engines and power: A politics of online (mis-) information
E Segev
Webology 5 (2), 54, 2008
162008
The bias of provocation narratives in international news
S Boudana, E Segev
The International Journal of Press/Politics 22 (3), 314-332, 2017
152017
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