Dennis Rosenberg
Dennis Rosenberg
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Use of e-government services in a deeply divided society: A test and an extension of the social inequality hypotheses
D Rosenberg
New Media & Society 21 (2), 464-482, 2019
Ethnic perspective in e-government use and trust in government: A test of social inequality approaches
D Rosenberg
New Media & Society 23 (6), 1660-1680, 2021
Absolute monopoly, areas of control or democracy? Examining gender differences in health participation on social media
D Rosenberg, R Mano, GS Mesch
Computers in Human Behavior 102, 166-171, 2020
Social and satisfied? Social uses of mobile phone and subjective wellbeing in later life
D Rosenberg, S Taipale
Human Technology 18 (1), 45-65, 2022
Are COVID-19 Health-Related and Socioeconomic Stressors Associated with Increases in Cannabis Use in Individuals Who Use Cannabis for Recreational Purposes?
S Sznitman, D Rosenberg, N Lewis
Substance Abuse 43 (1), 301-308, 2022
They have needs, they have goals: Using communication theories to explain health-related social media use and health behavior change
D Rosenberg, R Mano, GS Mesch
MOJ Public Health 6 (2), 288-294, 2017
Immigrants’ disadvantage online: Understanding the effects of immigration status, gender, and country of origin on e-government use in Israel
D Rosenberg
Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance 23 (1), 45-58, 2021
Ethnic origin and health participation on social media: a test and an extension of social diversification hypothesis
D Rosenberg, R Mano, GS Mesch
Journal of Communication in Healthcare 14 (4), 333-342, 2021
Organizational restructuring, government control and loss of legitimacy following an organizational crisis: the case of Israel's nonprofit human services
R Mano, D Rosenberg
Journal of Health and Human Services Administration 36 (4), 460-497, 2014
Marriage patterns among Jewish immigrants in Israel
D Rosenberg, AC Lewin
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 48 (5), 1305-1326, 2022
Institution efficiency satisfaction and emotional responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in Arab citizens of Israel: An exploratory cross-sectional study
N 'Ali, D Rosenberg
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 65, 2021
Online and Offline Social Activity and Sociability Effects on Wellbeing and Social Influence: A “Spillover” Effect
R Mano, D Rosenberg
Advances in Applied Sociology 11 (1), 48-63, 2021
Size matters: locality of residence and media use in later life
D Rosenberg, G Nimrod
Ageing & Society, 1-20, 2021
Posttraumatic stress disorder, sleep and medical cannabis treatment: a daily diary study
SR Sznitman, D Meiri, BH Amit, D Rosenberg, T Greene
Journal of anxiety disorders 92, 102632, 2022
Socio-demographic predictors of e-government use in later life: Results from the Israel Social Survey
D Rosenberg
Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 2022
Ethnic differences in health information seeking behavior: A test and the extension of the social diversification hypothesis
D Rosenberg
Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 25 (2), 115-132, 2021
Post-pandemic Digital Realities of Older Adults
HR Marston, L Ivan, D Rosenberg, B Ratzenboeck
Frontiers in Psychology 14, 2023
Non-police intervention consideration by ethnic minorities: the case of Arab citizens of Israel
N ‘Ali, D Rosenberg
Victims & Offenders 18 (6), 1166-1183, 2023
Risk perception, health stressors and reduction in sharing cannabis products during the COVID-19 outbreak: a cross-sectional study
D Rosenberg, S Sznitman
Drugs and Alcohol Today 22 (1), 28-35, 2022
Determinants of intention to use social media for health purposes among Jewish women in Israel: A cross-sectional study
D Rosenberg, R Mano, GS Mesch
Journal of Hospital Administration 8 (5), 10-17, 2019
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