Moran Yarchi
Moran Yarchi
Associate professor at the school of Communications, Reichman University
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Documenting portrayals of race/ethnicity on primetime television over a 20‐year span and their association with national‐level racial/ethnic attitudes
R Tukachinsky, D Mastro, M Yarchi
Journal of Social Issues 71 (1), 17-38, 2015
Political polarization on the digital sphere: A cross-platform, over-time analysis of interactional, positional, and affective polarization on social media
M Yarchi, C Baden, N Kligler-Vilenchik
Political Communication 38 (1-2), 98-139, 2021
Political information repertoires and political participation
G Wolfsfeld, M Yarchi, T Samuel-Azran
New media & society 18 (9), 2096-2115, 2016
The effect of prime time television ethnic/racial stereotypes on Latino and Black Americans: A longitudinal national level study
R Tukachinsky, D Mastro, M Yarchi
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 61 (3), 538-556, 2017
Promoting stories about terrorism to the international news media: A study of public diplomacy
M Yarchi, G Wolfsfeld, T Sheafer, SR Shenhav
Media, war & conflict 6 (3), 263-278, 2013
Women politicians are more engaging: male versus female politicians’ ability to generate users’ engagement on social media during an election campaign
M Yarchi, T Samuel-Azran
Digital Media, Political Polarization and Challenges to Democracy, 64-81, 2020
From warfare to imagefare: How states should manage asymmetric conflicts with extensive media coverage
A Ayalon, E Popovich, M Yarchi
Terrorism and Political violence 28 (2), 254-273, 2016
Aristotelian rhetoric and Facebook success in Israel's 2013 election campaign
T Samuel-Azran, M Yarchi, G Wolfsfeld
Online Information Review 39 (2), 2015
Interpretative polarization across platforms: How political disagreement develops over time on Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp
N Kligler-Vilenchik, C Baden, M Yarchi
Social Media+ Society 6 (3), 2056305120944393, 2020
Equalization versus normalization: Facebook and the 2013 Israeli elections
T Samuel-Azran, M Yarchi, G Wolfsfeld
Social Media+ Society 1 (2), 2056305115605861, 2015
Hybrid content analysis: Toward a strategy for the theory-driven, computer-assisted classification of large text corpora
C Baden, N Kligler-Vilenchik, M Yarchi
Communication Methods and Measures 14 (3), 165-183, 2020
From Munich to Boston, and from theater to social media: The evolutionary landscape of world sporting terror
Y Galily, M Yarchi, I Tamir
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 38 (12), 998-1007, 2015
The effect of female suicide attacks on foreign media framing of conflicts: The case of the Palestinian–Israeli conflict
M Yarchi
Studies in conflict & terrorism 37 (8), 674-688, 2014
Facebook users’ engagement with Israel’s public diplomacy messages during the 2012 and 2014 military operations in Gaza
M Yarchi, T Samuel-Azran, L Bar-David
Place Branding and Public Diplomacy 13, 360-375, 2017
Promoting terror or sport? The case of Qatar’s international image
T Samuel-Azran, M Yarchi, Y Galily, I Tamir
American Behavioral Scientist 60 (9), 1101-1115, 2016
The Boston game and the ISIS match: Terrorism, media, and sport
Y Galily, M Yarchi, I Tamir, T Samuel-Azran
American Behavioral Scientist 60 (9), 1057-1067, 2016
Rallying or criticizing? Media coverage of authorities' reaction to terror attacks targeting sporting events
M Yarchi, Y Galily, I Tamir
Studies in conflict & terrorism 38 (12), 1008-1021, 2015
Rhetoric styles and political affiliations during Israel’s 2013 “Facebook Elections”
T Samuel-Azran, M Yarchi, G Wolfsfeld
International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 31, 15-30, 2018
Does using ‘imagefare’as a state’s strategy in asymmetric conflicts improve its foreign media coverage? The case of Israel
M Yarchi
Media, war & conflict 9 (3), 290-305, 2016
Women, sport and the media: Key elements at play in the shaping of the practice of women in sports journalism in Israel
I Tamir, M Yarchi, Y Galily
Communications 42 (4), 441-464, 2017
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